Lapua Brass 260 Remington Unprimed Box of 100

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Lapua Brass 260 Remington Unprimed Box of 100
Due to the packaging and shipping process, case necks are often slightly dinged or bent and need to be rounded up and sized to give proper neck tension. New and/or fired cases must be full-length resized or have the expander ball of the sizing die run through the case neck prior to loading.
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Product Information

Lapua cases are the best in the world. The marksmen themselves think this way. All our cases are strong and uniformly precise. Lapua cases are manufactured to be reloaded, again and again.

Offering the same level of ballistic performance as the venerable 6.5x55, the modern case design of the .260 Remington delivers superb accuracy in a short action format.

Having already established its tremendous versatility not only in the game fields, but on silhouette ranges and the National Championships at Camp Perry, the 260 is a natural for the Lapua line. Produced to our superb quality control standards, this new case will deliver the same sort of uniformity, durability and precision that handloaders have come to expect from Lapua.

This is new, umprimed brass.  This is not loaded ammunition.

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* Accepts large rifle boxer primers

Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Can’t get much better

By Jayson W. on Mar 29, 2019
Everything you hear about lapua brass is true. It’s very consistent and if you treat it right you get a lot of reloads out of. It comes in handy little plastic box that doubles as loaded round box for 50 rounds. Invest in quality brass and components and get quality results.

Lapua Brass First Purchase

By Craig C. on Jan 17, 2019
I haven't even loaded any yet, but just visual inspection sows the quality - I measured some to see if I was going to need to trim for consistency - 1st piece 2.0285, 2nd 2.0290, 3rd 2.0285...I kept measuring for 15 rounds to believe they are all +/-.0005! No dents, round case mouths, consistently centered and uniform primer holes. Best quality I have ever seen.

When only the best will do

By Michael K. on Jan 21, 2017
I admittedly haven't tried other brands than Lapua, Nosler and Norma, all which were highly recommended. I can't imagine how Lapua could be any better. In comparison to the Nosler or Norma brass, these cases seem to indestructible. I don't have to trim the Lapua brass after firing even at the higher pressures. At the range, when the cases hit the concrete after firing and after the ejector strikes them, they don't dent like the Norma or Nosler do. It just seems as if this brass is of extreme quality and hardness. I am up to 10 reloads on some and have no signs of stress whatsoever. Even the packaging of the Lapua brass coming in a hard plastic case seems to indicate they are committed to quality all the way around. Look no further for the best brass on the market today my opinion.

Very good results

By Jerry S. on Dec 29, 2014
I purchased 600 pieces new this year. It has exceeded my expectations. I had expected to have to do a lot of case prep, but it just wasn't necessary. Case neck thickness is very consistent. Primer pockets and flash holes are right from the start. Several pieces have been loaded six times and show no signs of fatigue. If your time is worth anything at all, it's well worth the money.
And, I didn't just buy Lapua. I purchased other brass that was more expensive, and did not like it at all. It was less consistent from the start and didn't hold up as well.

Nothing but the best!

By Martin S. on Jul 19, 2012
Lapua brass. What else can I say? It's ultra consistent, both weight and lengths. I have some brass that lasted 15 plus reloads. If you're serious about shooting and want the best, look no further you found it!
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