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#6501874 - 10/18/16 11:37 PM .284 WIN NORMA brass
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Anyone shooting a .284 win using the norma brass? Is it as good as Lapua? I here their having problems with the 6mm dasher (or was it 6BR). I'm still waiting the rifle to get built but I want to have all the brass on hand when I get the rifle. Not looking forward to necking up 6.5x284 lapua brass, fire forming, then loading again.

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#6501928 - 10/19/16 05:19 AM Re: .284 WIN NORMA brass [Re: spg]
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Registered: 11/11/07
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Loc: Wise Co.
I've used Norma 6.5-284 to form 6-284, and it worked fine. I can't imagine that Norma .284 brass would give you problems...but this is really just a SWAG.
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#6502607 - 10/19/16 01:22 PM Re: .284 WIN NORMA brass [Re: spg]
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Registered: 07/03/12
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I love Norma brass. It's one of the big three - Lapua, Norma, Nosler. I quit buying Nosler because it seems a bit soft and doesn't last as long. I buy mostly Lapua because it's a bit less expensive than Norma, but the Norma has always given me long case life. That's just my experience. Others may feel differently. But Norma is never a bad choice.

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