It’s very good brass in my .300 win mag. No regrets, especially for the price I paid new.
it is both softer and less roomy than Winchester brass. It doesn’t have the longevity in the case head area but it also is less prone to neck splitting, not brittle. It also starts out with significantly tighter primer pockets in my experience so total round count at moderate pressure is a draw. But for redline type loads I stay with Winchester, greater capacity and can take more pressure. No experience with the good stuff ie Peterson, adg...
it is harder/tougher by far than federal, and has more capacity.
the big surprise is that it is more consistent by far than either. I weighed them all and ppu is waaaay tighter tolerance than any of the big 3 American brass (federal, Remington, Winchester), again in my very modest experience (bought 100 pieces ppu, about the same of the others).
capable of great accuracy and good case life if not seeking 70kpsi territory. No regrets. Happy shooting.