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Riverine
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Pardon my ignorance. But I was reading about the Robert Dobb-actioned rifle that was for sale, and the seller indicated that it was set up for Norma 6PPC brass. Say what? I've heard of SAKO brand 6 PPC USA brass (very hard to find), but never Norma. I thought everyone was fire-forming their own brass now from Lapua 220 Russian. I've checked with Graf's, Midway, and Bruno's and none list Norma 6PPC brass. Was such stuff ever produced, and will it be again?
6Dasher
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Hi,


Yes, Norma has made 6PPC-USA brass (preformed). I have about 20 cases left from when I started. They have the same case capacity as with the Lapua brass but are a little bit softer (though not as soft as the Sako PPC-USA brass).


Jim
DickG
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RW Hart has the new 6-PPC Norma Brass I just got a bunch and yes it was around a few years ago I still have some of that. it was very good brass but softer than Lapua, jury is still out on the new Norma PPC brass it is harder than old but may well still not be as hard as Lapua.
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