They are doing it with nearly all their reloading products, primers, powder, etc. while nearly every other online retailer is selling at normal cost. I hate to assume, but that really appears to be price gouging, which is unfortunate, because I have really liked midway in the past, but this isn't really shining the best light on them. Perhaps there is something else unseen going on.Midway did about that on 280IA case too. $2 per case. Way out of line I feel.
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Interesting. So what steps would be needed to make this into 264WM brass?In looking things over on brass last night I came across a new case to me from Peterson Brass.
They are now making a belted Magnum case that aren't sized for any cartridge. It's a straight wall case that can be size to any belted magnum cartridge. The case is long enough to support even a 300 WM long case I beleive.
So if you are looking quality bass for your belted magnum, you can make your own now. I have 100 coming. They are expensive, but are available at Grafs & Son. So if you can't get you belted magnum case you can make your own. If I hadn't just gotten 200 W. Mag cases I would have purchases more.
In thinks on this, why don't the brass cartridge manufacture, make straight wall cases in in 30/06 case size. They way we could size to what we want. It simplify in making making cases. I have for years sized cases to conform to what I need. Instead of having to make a run on one case caliber size, they could make a generic case or cases that could be change to what we may need.
Mots times when I see people do this they go in steps. .375, .338, .308, and .264 or something like this. Don't know for sure though, I have never done itInteresting. So what steps would be needed to make this into 264WM brass?
If it’s long then I’m guessing you would trim it long, run the rough FL sizer and then trim to final length?
That seems like a huge step to go from straight wall down to 6.5mm in one step all while creating the shoulder.
I asked Peterson if they would have wildcat tubes in .473" and .532" last year, and they said no. So I am glad 1 out of 2 is available. I have not done it, but it has to be easier than fire-forming using other cartridges.Mots times when I see people do this they go in steps. .375, .338, .308, and .264 or something like this. Don't know for sure though, I have never done it
Ya, I would think size down a step or two, trim, size down the rest of the way, final trim, probably need to turn necks, then anneal, or some slight variation of that. Then, you would have killer brass! I love Peterson stuff.I asked Peterson if they would have wildcat tubes in .473" and .532" last year, and they said no. So I am glad 1 out of 2 is available. I have not done it, but it has to be easier than fire-forming using other cartridges.