Re: Best Brass
Referring to a minimum spec chamber (not neccessarily minimum spec in a repeater,but tighter than a production chamber) to keep the brass from stretching more than neccessary.Done by having the reamer made to obtain the desired clearances from new brass dimensions.Norma is very good brass if hot loads arent equated with accuracy.
Remington brass usually gets a bad rap,but Ive had very good luck with it in a tighter than production chamber.I can usually get 7-8 reloads in my 300 saum before the necks get too hard and cause inconsistent neck tensions,Ive never had a case failure in this gun with the Rem brass (split necks etc.) before the neck tension gets crappy.
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