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vlcakc
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I have very tempted to try a 22/243 Middlested, but have been able to resist so far. I have a couple of .22/250AI barrels I like a lot, but have not been completely satisfied with the quality of domestic brass. I have been having some success lately forming .22/250AI cases from the latest generation Norma 6XC brass. The Norma 6XC brass is match quality and very tough. More testing is needed before I can come to a conclusion whether it's worth it or not. Currently it is about $0.30 cheaper per each than Norma .22/250 brass and may be tougher. I am also just starting testing with a 22X47 Lapua barrel. Think .22/250 Rem ballistics with small primer pocket Lapua brass. Too many projects to get into a 22/243 right now. Good shooting! Vic
eskimo1
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ROCKJAG4
I HAVE A NEW REM. 24" S.S. 22/243 ACKLY THAT STARTED LIFE AS A 22/250--NEW REDDING 3 DIE SET,& ABOUT 90 CASES-SOME LAPUA--SOME REM.THAT WERE FIREFORMED USING THE CREAM OF WHEAT METHOD, THAT I WILL SELL FOR $175 O.B.O. IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED...ALSO HAS A MUZZLE BRAKE INSTALLED..


Can you sell only the dies?
Spook
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sounds very much like y'all are describing the 22 cheetah....
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