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I’ve been gifted 40 rounds of 300WM nickel plated once fired brass.

Anyone have experience with the quality? I haven’t worked with plated before anything I should be aware of?


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Should be good to go,the only brass that ever flaked of in places was remington and that was on rare occasion.
 
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I’ll keep that in mind as I run them through the dies.

I like the unique headstamp. It’ll be easy to keep a special load separated. My 200gr NPT are in brass, and the 180gr NPT are Federal factory nickel. These might just get some 150gr pills.


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I sometimes used nickel plated cases to differentiate cases for certain guns or loads. I’d say it’s really just one of the handfuls making brass then stamping the Browning initials on the case.

I’ll take whatever from the non-reloaders. I may have a use or find it a good home, possibly use it as trading stock.
 
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