I found some new Remington brass on sale a few months back and decided to give it a shot. I was pretty impressed.
I primarily use another brand of new brass when loading. I cut apart two cases from every bag to check the base thickness and the shoulder thickness. I did the same with these cases from Remington. I found no issues, consistent thickness and uniformity with each case. All the bases were flat and true. I found with the Remington brass, I didn't have to trim as much after the initial re-sizing. I'm not sure if that's due to different composition of the brass or what, but after 4 loadings, I could not trim any brass after re-sizing. The cases were too short to safely load. While this is not a huge loss or a reason to knock the product, I do get almost twice as many loadings out of my other brand.
Other than the decreased longevity of the brass, I cant find anything wrong with it or any reason to knock it. Its around the same price as my other brand. I have no plans to switch brands at this time, but if I cannot find my preferred brand of brass, I know that I can trust the quality and consistency of the Remington brass.
September 20, 2012
Best value for the dollar
In 300 wsm this brass for the money is by far better than Winchester brass in 300 wsm I rarely ever have to cull any cases. Winchester brass I was culling 5 out 50 and it was due to major defects. The Remington brass also when loaded has a neck that measures .338 and that I think help a couple of things thicker necks make brass last longer and helps get a little tighter neck in my chamber because my neck i'n the chamber is .343. The Winchester brass has a loaded neck of .336 wich means the case neck thickness is not that of remmington. The only better brass for 300 wsm is Norma and it cost double. Not to say it isn't worth it but I shoot alot so half price for brass that's almost as good as Norma is a deal.
April 25, 2012
not what I had expected
Dirty brass. I had to tumble it and clean it again and again until it was shiny. Got them loaded. But once I fired them I could not reload them. The brass was too thin.
February 27, 2012
Have not loaded this particular batch of 270 WSM brass. But have loaded 260, 308 and 300 Wby w good results. It's a great buy for hunting or casual target practice
November 17, 2011
i dont know what bullets you are talking about but tif thay are fmj,compotion.then no use bullets that expand easy that is the trick look at the back of the round see if it ses 30/06 if not or if someone els reloaded it also no
these are the bulk brass cases used for reloading , they are not bullets , brass is a component as is a bullet and a primer and powder all these combined in the proper measure make a cartridge . a 30-06 cartridge is made up of these components as is a .223 cartridge and a 30-30 cartridge , please read a loading book
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