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    Default ISO 45-70 Remmington Brass

    I am looking for 45-70 government Remmington brass. I'll pay top dollar for 100 or 200 of em (or however many I can get).

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    I have some. I'm flying home today. I believe 50 brand new, I may have some once fired lever revolution if interested. I've been meaning to list it on here

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    You only want R-P brass?

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    Yes. Remmington only to match my loads. They hold more powder. Still on the look for some.


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    OKAY - so I messed this all up. Looking for Winchester Brass not remm.

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    My dad should have some. But it's gonna b hornady, not sure if all hornady is actually hornady brass


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    I am loading a duplex load. 6.5grains of reloader 7 under 68 grains of Swiss 1.5F...This is pushing a 504 grain .454" bullet to about 1250fps.

    The Winchester cases hold more powder which is why I want to use them..and to match the load that was developed for my Bison hunt.

    I would think that Hornady would use their own brass.

    Starline 45-70 brass is readily available so If decide to shoot competition, I can work up another load...but for hunting I need the Winchester. I have enough to practice and for the hunt, but another 100 rounds would be better....

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