My uncle recently sent me some .300 H&H brass that my grandfather had. My grandfather died when I was in grade school. At 35 years old, I'm now learning that he was a heck of a rifleman and built several custom guns back in his day. Evidently, he was a big fan of the .257 Roberts and .300 H&H.
Anyway, I have in my possession 10 boxes of unfired, vintage Norma brass and some fired Super-X brass, complete with my grandfather's handwritten loading data - dated July, 1955.
I may have to round up an old .300 H&H, just so I can walk a few steps in my grandfather's footsteps.