What Brass is the best for reloading, PMC bronze, Fiocchi, or sellier bellot
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Old 02-21-2009, 04:49 AM   #1
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Default What Brass is the best for reloading, PMC bronze, Fiocchi, or sellier bellot

Looking at getting some bulk ammo and was wondering witch brand has the better brass for reloading, oh and it would be in .223. If you have any experience in reloading any of these let me know your thoughts.

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Old 02-21-2009, 01:12 PM   #2
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What about Centurion .223?
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of the ones listed I would say Fiocchi or seller and bellot I have relaoded seller and bellot brass and it is good brass.
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PMC bronze is not actually bronze. Bronze is a name given to the line of ammo like gold or silver. I guess bronze is third rate?

Really I have had no problems with any of the above.
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Just to claify I use the following.

223 Win

308 Rem

30-06 rem

6.5x57 rem and S&B.

The only brass you want to stay away from is amsec that stuff is just crap I am supried it even lasts threw one firing.
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