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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by blygy, Dec 9, 2006.
I'm looking @ building a 25-300 win mag and I'm looking for the best brass to be had???
Don't over look Lapua...
For the 30Win , my vote goes to Lapua. Its the most uniform and super strong I have some in 300 win mag that has been reloaded 7-9 times and the primer pockets are still tight and thier are shot with a warm loads
RWS if you can get it in your caliber.
Top 1k BR shooters use it over all others if they can get it for their caliber. Dave Tooley has 50 cases of RWS that has worn out 2 or 3 barrels.
Lapua and then Norma at #2 and 3.
IMO, you do. I tend to buy RP brass in bulk, neck up or down depending or just full length resize. Follow with a good neck reaming (better than neck turning, I think) then sort by weight and start loading. Lapua and Norma just make it alot easier by doing most of this stuff for you. BTW, I'll buy Lapua in small calibers just to save time /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif