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.264 Win Mag Brass

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Unread 03-12-2012, 06:36 PM
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Re: .264 Win Mag Brass

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I use Winchester brass, while they do have about an 8 grain spread on the weight, I sort and have bags for all at 1 grain. I prefer Winchester brass, thinner and siffer, more volume for heavier loads. MEV

Have you found most of the cases to have a narrower spread? - are they a nice bell shaped curve or are they pretty evenly spread across that range?
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    Unread 03-12-2012, 06:49 PM
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    Re: .264 Win Mag Brass

    Most fall between 132 to 136 grains, with heavies at 138 and lows at 130. I keep all and use the heavies or lights to work loads or sight in. When processed and weighed they perform very well.

    I full length size new cases, check all for proper length, deburr the flashhole, true primer pockets and turn necks (shooting for 80% clean up), then weigh and bag them.

    At least once a year I buy a new bag of 50.

    After starting this process on brass, the groups got 50% better than before.
    .264 Win. Mag. ; 257 Roberts; .223 Remington and many others.
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