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- 30 Remington
Graf Brass 30 Remington Unprimed Bag of 50
This is new, unprimed brass. Made in USA.
This is not loaded ammunition.
Read 6 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Grafs Remington .30 brass
By Joe L.
on Oct 04, 2018
Got a bag of 50 and the brass is superb. I will not hesitate to buy more.
By Gary H.
on Oct 01, 2018
Graf makes great quality brass as well as providing a source for us to get our hands on the more obscure calibers that you simple can't find elsewhere.
30 remington brass
By BILL B.
on Oct 01, 2018
I have not reloaded any yet but visually inspected and they look of good quality.
By Douglas D.
on Sep 18, 2018
It is gratifying to find a company that has the older, more obscure products that work with the great old guns of history. Thanks.
30 Remington brass
By James B.
on Aug 14, 2018
Brass is very consistent. I have loaded FTX, jacketed flat point and lead flat nose and have had no issues. I have only loaded mild loads due to firing in a Remington Autoloading Rifle made in 1908.
30 Rem Brass Graf head stamp
By Paul B. C.
on Aug 02, 2018
I suckered into a 22 Nosler. Very Unhappy with their effort.
After Much fussing with and purchase of 2 Barrels. It was concluded by myself and many others. It's a BRASS problem.
Enter Graf 30 Remington Brass. Nice! No Flash Hole Issues no bent necks Lets GO. (1.) Trim on Mini lathe to 22 Nosler Length, Using collet, (No brainer set 'n go) (2.) shove them into 6.8 SPC FL resizing die with guts removed, generally no lube. (some adjusting required for length as the wilson 6.8 gage a little short) (3.) sent them into a 6.5 grendel FL resizing die and then turned 80% Necks Forster 6.5 neck turner. (4.) Lube slightly and sent them into the 22 Nosler FL resizing die and immediately into Lee .223 Collet die Final trim to .223 Win with the Lee trimmer and the drill motor. CHECKED them in the Upper, BOLT CLOSED!!!! Done. The Nosler Brass was eating itself at 20.3 gr. 2000 MR under a 69.0 Gr. Pill. Starting Load with the NOW 22 NosGRAF 26.3 gr. 2000 MR under the 75 gr. Hornady open tip match Mag length No Chrony but slightly flattened primer and spent brass at 3:00 Olclock 95° F New Mexico Desert 8/1/18 NO DEFECTS RELOADABLE and looks like I can add a little more powder if it cools off.
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