300 RUM brass

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  1. danj

    danj Well-Known Member

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    I'm having a hard time trying to locate 300 RUM brass. to resize for a edge. Anyone know someone that has some new brass for sell?
     
  2. jeff 300

    jeff 300 Well-Known Member

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    I have been having the same trouble i was wounding if you could fire form some 404 Jeffery brass. i think you can get it in lapua brass and that would be a lot better than Rem. Any one ever done this??????
     

  3. J E Custom

    J E Custom Well-Known Member

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    Midway has it on back order for December 2010.

    If you are in a bind you can buy the 375 RUM brass and size and turn the necks. It's
    around $26.00 for 20 and it's available.

    I'm sure there are other suppliers that have it in stock.

    J E CUSTOM
     
  4. Gone Ballistic

    Gone Ballistic Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    I don't think you could fire-form .404 Jeffery brass down to .338. I think you could neck it down or neck down .375RUM to make it work. I am having a real problem finding any .300RUM brass as well as .308 Nosler 200gr. Accubonds
     
  5. Gone Ballistic

    Gone Ballistic Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if you can neck up 7mm RUM or not. Just another thought.
     
  6. danj

    danj Well-Known Member

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    Thank you all for the info . I have located some thanks to mike33
     
  7. Gone Ballistic

    Gone Ballistic Well-Known Member

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    Danji,
    Mike33 didn't happen to know where some .300RUM brass was by chance? After checking out the once fired brass I have, I can't believe how far out most of it is. Most of the Remington brass I checked out was at least .005 to.009. Pretty darn poor brass I think. Remington must be selling the reloading folks seconds anymore. You used to be able to trust their brass to be very good within tight tolerances. Not anymore.
     
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    Gone Ballistic Well-Known Member

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    GNERGY and rtv900,

    Thanks for the information folks. I really appreciate it. Just nothin' like a good forum to get great answers back. Now, if I could only learn how to navigate the rest of this website, I might be able to post some pix''s.