So what does reloaded brass look like once it’s been fired six times over and over?
In this Picture Of The Day, we give you the answer.
This brass is from a .338 Lapua Magnum which has been fired six times and as you can see the walls are still even and good looking.
Considering what the brass has to withstand, over and over, this is pretty amazing. Of course there is a cleaning and trimming process between each reloading.
The rifle is a Remington 700 XCR in 338 LM (obviously!) with Vihtavuori powder N560. The bullets are mostly Sierra Game King 250 gr, Hornady SST 225 gr and Partizan FMJ BT 250 gr.
It looks like a pretty sweet rifle for long-range shooting.
Thanks to one of our readers for providing the photos and information.
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