Nosler or Weatherby brass

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by PaLuke, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. PaLuke

    PaLuke Well-Known Member

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    I found Nosler brass for $65 for 50. How does it compare to the Weatherby brass. I have a .300 Weatherby and will be needing some brass soon. thanks for the replies. PaLuke
     
  2. ROBSTER

    ROBSTER Well-Known Member

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    Not sure if this will help but I have 14 loadings on nosler 308 brass that were loaded semi hot and have never annealed them.gun)
     
  3. william mul

    william mul Well-Known Member

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    I've Got Both. and I'd Rather Have The Weatherby. Norma Makes These and Their about as Good as It Gets.IMO
     
  4. PaLuke

    PaLuke Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the replies. I'll stick with the Weatherby brass. PaLuke
     
  5. Johnboy

    Johnboy Well-Known Member

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    hey don't rule out remington brass.I love it in my 300 ackley imp.
     
  6. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Both are good brass. Weatherby is about $1.75 each or 35% higher versus Nosler at $1.30 each so if you can reload the Weatherby more than 35% more times than the Nosler then I guess it's a good deal. Not saying this can be done but, as an example if you can only load the Nosler 10 times then the Weatherby would only be a bargain if it could be loaded 14 times. Of coarse if your rifle shoots better and prefers Weatherby then I'd go with them.