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Old 02-03-2007, 09:46 PM
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

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Thanks TAC,
Now how about capacities on the rem, win, and nosler custom?

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Any ideas on relative case capacities from the different brands? In Quickload, it lists 5 different cases for the 300 WinMag. The designations and their H2O capacities in grains follow

(N) 95.5 (Norma ?)
(W) 93.8 (Winchester ?)
(F) 92.0 (Federal ?)
(@) 91.5 ( ???? )
(R) 88.0 (Remington ?)

Anyone have any actual measurements?

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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

Ya Ya Ya, what they said. For my two cents; DON'T EVER BUY FRONTIER BRASS!!! IT SUCKS BIG TIME!! I use Remington and Nosler. Both work just fine.
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

Hey NYLES , I used to live in Kiln , MS and now live in Slidell , LA and have for the last 6 yrs. I go by JD instead of James D. Jones because the later is a little common and I was oncstantly getting asked are you the same James Jones that whatever.

I tried the Nosler brass and wasen't to happy with it for the price I was paying and it lasted a good deal less than the Lapua maybe 5 firings and the Lapua I have has gone 8-9 rounds and seeing the the Lapua is only about $10 more per hundred .

Where abouts is Free Run , MS , I may have been through their hunting?
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

In the hills just north of Yazoo. So close I have a Yazoo zip. Free run is just an old name for the area. Saw it on an old topo map one time.
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

Maybe I'm showing my ignorance here, but; how about Federal brass (F-C)? I seem to have a ton of it and I haven't heard anything about it one way or the other.
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Old 02-05-2007, 10:09 AM
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

I measure water capacity from a once fire case -Lapua- from my chamber - filled to the very top of 94.6 grs. of water.It would be interesting to hear other results!I really like the Lapua .300 Win. brass and agree with Mr.Jones.
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Re: Good brass for 300 win mag?

Jimmy, your fireformed brass is not going to be a true indicator of capacity when comparing it to other people's since your chamber will not be the exact same size as theirs.
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