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cliffy
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Thank you, Ackman, for correcting my posts. Brass neck thickness remains not a major factor regarding LAPUA brass. Lapua brass is as good as it gets. A problem in handloading remains as an individual problem, unrelated to precision cases. cliffy
Ackman
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Originally Posted by cliffy
Thank you, Ackman, for correcting my posts.


Your posts are for the most part meaningless.

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Originally Posted by cliffy
Brass neck thickness remains not a major factor regarding LAPUA brass. Lapua brass is as good as it gets. A problem in handloading remains as an individual problem, unrelated to precision cases. cliffy


This one has no bearing on what was asked. And the last sentence makes no sense. Are you drunk when you write this stuff?
cliffy
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Let's assume that .25" is nominal! Other factors such as case volume appear more crucial than neck thickness. Attempting to find fault with the LAPUA case falls slightly short of ridiculous. No other brand of brass even comes close to Lapua perfection. Yes, I'll reload most brass I find afield, but rarely do I find discarded Lapua Match brass. Somehow these cases are coveted. I wonder why? I do buy Hornady brass because it is second in perfection ONLY to LAPUA. cliffy
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