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Thread: 300 winchester magnum/once fired Win brass

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    Default 300 winchester magnum/once fired Win brass

    Am going to reload the 300 Win Mag with once fired Winchester brass from my rifle.
    Is Winchester brass going to be OK....????

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    Just don't over resize the casings and they should be fine. I will say that 20 some years ago the .300 H+H casings made by Win I used to make casings for my .300 didn't last as long as the Rem casings I used. Win necks split ALOT sooner than Rems but that was back then.

    til later

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    Thumbs up yes....

    I have been using Winchester brass for about 34 years. I like it.

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    All of my accurate loads for my 30-06, and 300Win mag were Winchester brass. I tried Remington, Hornady, Federal and Nosler and Winchester was the brass that I got my accurate loads with that have from time to time been posted on this forum. I think my sub 1/4" groups speak for themselves and for the Winchester brass and all mag primers were 250 CCI and standard primers were 210 Fed. Win brass is good stuff and when you consider the cost it is a lot for the buck spent. Of course in my 300Wby and 375Wby I used Weatherby brass made by Norma and those groups also speak for themselves and for the Weatherby brass.
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