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remington 300 rum brass

 
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Old 12-31-2013, 05:55 PM
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remington 300 rum brass

Has anyone seen and remington 300 rum brass anywhere for sale.
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

just checked all of my usual haunts... all out.... sorry... may just have to bite the bullet and get a few boxes of cheaper ammo and shoot them up

Remington Premier Power Level 1 Ammo 300 Remington Ultra Mag 150 Grain
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Old 12-31-2013, 07:04 PM
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

You might get some Bertram 338 EDGE brass and neck it down. More spendy but much better brass and in the long run maybe less costly.

I'll be ordering some as soon as i deplete my current supply of Rem brass... which shouldn't be too long.

http://www.defensiveedge.net/index.php/products
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

So if you find the 7mm Ultra mag brass you can neck it up from what I was told...
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

Yup
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

I'm looking too....and as much as I'd like the DE 338 brass...my wife would not appreciate the quality in a 300 dollar box of empty bullets doesn't make sense to shoot up factory loads for brass either...that many more rounds down the pipe in a low-count chambering.
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:55 PM
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Re: remington 300 rum brass

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I'm looking too....and as much as I'd like the DE 338 brass...my wife would not appreciate the quality in a 300 dollar box of empty bullets doesn't make sense to shoot up factory loads for brass either...that many more rounds down the pipe in a low-count chambering.
You just need to explain to the little lady that the DE brass will last five times longer and therefore cost only 60% of the Rem in the long run
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