- Metallic Reloading
- Rifle Brass
- 338 Lapua Mag
Prvi Partizan Brass 338 Lapua Unprimed Bag of 50
Imported from Serbia. Fully reloadable brass cases. Accept boxer primers. This is not loaded ammunition.
Read 8 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.9 stars
By Robert B.
on Nov 24, 2020
I have used several more expensive 338 Lapua brass and I find this brass to match and in some cases exceed the uniformity, consistency and quality of most 338 Lapua brass available. Why pay more when this brass is available. My go to brass.
PPU 338 lapua brass
By Charles J.
on Nov 24, 2020
Seems to be good brass for the price. First loads are complete. Will update review after reloading a few times.
By David S.
on Nov 13, 2020
Amazing value, have purchased this brass in the past and will do so in the future.
338 Lapua Brass by Prvi Partizan
By Daniel F.
on Oct 07, 2020
Great Brass for reloading. Great Company and fast service for these days of COVID. I’ll order from this company again and would recommend to everyone.
For what its worth
By William S.
on Sep 19, 2020
My review that is. So I grabbed 10 cases out of the bag and did some tests. I have not loaded any yet. Overall case length of the 10 varied from 2.716 to 2.719. i grabbed my ball mic and checked neck thickness. Neck thickness varied from .0136 to .0147 on the cases by this i mean one side was the min the other side the max so .001 variance but thats why we outside neck turn. Although .001 is pretty darn good. Next I threw them on my Neco case indicator. I measured wall thickness about 1/2 inch from the base. A couple were almost perfect the worse had .003 variance. As far as weight of the 10 I tried 8 were within 3 grains of each other averaging 348 gn. The 9th was 341 and the 10th 344gn. Appearance wise the brass looks pretty good. Primer pocket depth varied from .131 to .135 this was measured with the stem of my Mitutoyo dial caliper not a dedicated depth gauge but I measured them three times and the readings were consistant so....Flash holes had no burrs appeared to be chamfered and the holes looked uniform.
Seems to be good brass
By Jon M.
on Aug 31, 2020
Bought because it's cheaper than Hornady,quality looks to be good, one loading and no split necks
Consistent , Uniform, Quality!
By Jason K.
on Jul 22, 2019
Nothing wrong with the more expensive 338 brass at all, however, this PPU brass is an exceptional value. Consistent case neck thickness between .013-.014, with most at .0135
Case weight average 345 grains (+/- 4 grains). Was able to get 68 out of 100 cases into a 4 grain window. Not bad for budget brass! Multiple firings show no sign of shoulder cracking & primer pockets are still tight. I hope the quality doesn't result in so much popularity that the prices go up.
Thanks to Grafs for making this brass available, keep up the good work.
Good brass, reasonably pricce
By Brett C.
on Jun 30, 2019
I bought this brass last time because the others were not available. I'm buying a second batch to have on hand because it works! currently I have about 6 reloads an going strong. This may be the hidden jewel of brass. Good brass, reasonably priced. Leave some for me.
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