You will also find it is heavier than the others. The thicker brass is part of the reason it lasts so well. You will have to let us know how you like the performance once you get some loads worked up.Got my brass in and I have to say it is the most consistent brass I've ever used. It was within .05 trim length, primer pockets appear to be the same depth. The only thing I noticed is the case capacity is a little less than with hornady rem, win brass. 70 Gn Retumbo in the other brass was nowhere near a compressed load. Seirra data used.
I started loading last night and plan on shooting this weekend..... I'll reply mondayYou will also find it is heavier than the others. The thicker brass is part of the reason it lasts so well. You will have to let us know how you like the performance once you get some loads worked up.
I love it so far. went and did some shooting and I have about a 2in group at 200yds. shooting a Rem 700 pencil barrel, that's better than I've had with other brass. Its visually thicker and I can feel a difference in the weight. Comparing it to virgin hornady brass, I've never had hornady that close to same case length out of the bag, the primer pockets appear really consistent in depth and dia.
That was my same findings, it caused mine to be a compressed load (I'm still more than 1 grain below max by the Sierra book) but no pressure signs, better accuracy (probably because of more uniform brass) and when it came out of the bag it required less trimming than Hornady and Winchester brass. <2 in. 7 shot group at 200yds, from a factory Rem 700 with a pencil barrel.Tested PPU in 308 this week. No complaints at all. I did find the brass thicker than other brands as it doesn't hold nearly the same amount of water.