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Lapua .223 Remington Unprimed Brass Cases 100 Count LU4PH5003

 
Lapua
LU4PH5003
6418267200233
7-LU4PH5003
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Lapua brass is a handloader favorite. Exceptional concentricity, uniform wall thickness and case capacity, coupled with proper anealing for maximum case life, and smooth operation make Lapua brass the best!

The match case is produced with very tight tolerances including neck concentrity, base straightness and wall thickness. Consistent quality guarantees consistent results. The large case volume ensures high velocity potential. Strong case construction, optimized strength and grain structure material allow multiple reloading cycles.

The base, body and neck of the Lapua cases have been designed to maintain exact tolerances over multiple reloading cycles. Advanced metallurgical research and manufacturing techniques ensure that Lapua cases are leaders in uniformity and quality.

Lapua cases are the best in the world. The marksmen themselves think this way. The .220 Russian, for example, is the number one choice of the best benchrest shooters all over the world. All our cases are strong and uniformly precise. Lapua cases are manufactured to be reloaded, again and again, dozens of times.

The base section is hard and strong, and the dimensions remain constant and will hold primers tight in the primer pocket even after repeated reloading.

The brass body section is hard and firm. It is easy to extract after firing, whether full sizing or only neck sizing was used in reloading.

Strict tolerances in concentrity and wall thickness are used in manufacturing. The neck and shoulder are annealed to withstand repeated reloading.

 
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"After years of using the W basics, a buddy suggested trying Lapua brass....I was reluctant at first due to the added costs, but decided to give it a try when the brass market got iffy. I will never reload anything but Lapua now, if at all possible. After 8-10 reloads the W had to be trimmed multiple times and displayed numerous wear issues. The Lapua gauged near new (same load as W) and is still going strong 14-15 times over now. The Lapua is so much more consistent through my set up too. Its just better brass and well worth the money in my opinion."
– TDH