SOLD/EXPIRED WTB 300 win mag LAPUA BRAND BRASS

dieselboy427

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I don't have any lapua 300wm brass, but according to legend, it was contract brass anyway. I have had RWS brass which is the best wm brass you'll find even compared to Lapua. I sold the RWS stuff and bought 500rd of RUAG. Now that is plentiful and is the same company as RWS.
 

Broz

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I have Lapua 300 win Brass but need all I have. I also use WW which is very close in case volume to Lapua. I sold off all the RWS I had and replaced it with WW for the added case volume which is needed in some instances.

Jeff
 

dieselboy427

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RUAG is parent company(and military division) to RWS, Norma, Rottweil, and GECO. They are also partners in many defense, space, and aircraft corporations. They are also a main sponsor of Federal Shooting Festival in Switzerland and provide 75% of the almost 2,000,000 rounds fired for the festival.
 

bigfella350

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Actually right now the loaded ammo I've saw for 300wm is actually cheaper than the rws brass itself ;-) I know I've saw some for either $150 or $170 per 100 rounds of loaded geco ammo. Its 170gr. But still, even then that beats paying $2+ for rws brass itself. Or that's the cheapest I've saw rws in awhile anyways.
 

Dgd6mm

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Actually right now the loaded ammo I've saw for 300wm is actually cheaper than the rws brass itself ;-) I know I've saw some for either $150 or $170 per 100 rounds of loaded geco ammo. Its 170gr. But still, even then that beats paying $2+ for rws brass itself. Or that's the cheapest I've saw rws in awhile anyways.


where and brand?
 
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