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    Norma 6ppc brass

    I was looking in the Brownells website and they say the 6ppc brass is no longer being offered by the factory. I know I can't find any in bulk anywhere. Anybody have any info on this?
    The norma site still shows it listed.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I was looking in the Brownells website and they say the 6ppc brass is no longer being offered by the factory. I know I can't find any in bulk anywhere. Anybody have any info on this?
    The norma site still shows it listed.

    Richard
    On Brownells if it is back order OK. Order it. It will show up someday....They don't charge till shipped.
    They have a hard time keeping Smith M-41 extractor springs in stock. They last about 6 mos. First sign of a failure to extract, I check spring length.
    If less than .880" time for a new one. Same with Ruger 22 pistols.....

    Just checked Midway. 50 pak. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021705113?pid=634468

    Hey look at that. They got 22 PPC Brass.....https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021705050?pid=169960
    Last edited by zippy06; 11-28-2019 at 04:58 PM.

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    Bruno has it in 50 count.

    https://www.brunoshooters.com/mm5/me...uct_Code=16723

    Michael

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    Found what I was looking for

    A 2000 ct box arrived! No, you can't hammer it like the lapua, but I don't shoot those stratospheric loads anyway.

    Richard

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    Rather than look around, I'll just ask. Why did you want Norma cases rather than Lapua?

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    Wilbur,

    I can just load them and shoot without doing much to them. The last lot of brass was really uniform on neck thickness and didn't have to turn necks. I like alot of neck clearance anyway so my .270 nk reamer works just fine.
    I have been running the norma for several years now and really don't have any complaints.
    I haven't checked this lot yet, hopefully it will be as good.

    Richard

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    OK, Thanks

    for the reply.

    Richard

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