Help finding post. Nosler brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by joel0407, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. joel0407

    joel0407 Well-Known Member

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    I saw a post and I only think it was here. It had a picture of a Nolser case beside a Remington case cut in half so you could see the differance in wall thickness.

    Tryed searching but I could not find it.
     
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  3. royinidaho

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    If I remember correctly Goodgrouper made the post.

    I recall the comparison but when I made my own comparison several months later, the Noslers looked more like the Remmy.
     
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    I's say you have what it takes to be successful in life and especially hunting.

    Good goin'

    So much for my memory.........

    Even though the Noslers seem heavier in the head are, primers loosen well before any other pressure signs appear.

    I shot about 15 of my 50 and put all of them in my brass bucket (trash). I had to shoot a 270 AM as if it were a 270 Win due to brass limits. I was sad.
     
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  6. joel0407

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    I'm thinking the squarer edge on the primer pocket will be better suited to the Harts case saver.