I have about 600ish peices of .260 brass and no .260. I decided to try converting them to Creedmoor just to see if it would work.
It was way easier than i thought it would be. I cleaned the .260 cases, trimmed them to length with a lee trimmer chucked in my dewalt cordless drill.
Lubed, ran them through a hornady creedmoor sizing die and then measured the necks.
The neck walls were .0145 thick. The overall neck diameter of a loaded round was .293.
Shot out of a custom built FN SPR
well done and good to know
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A lot of time you end up reaming the necks or turning them to get a even neck wall thickness. This is the case on the 308W I sized down to 6.5 CM. Good to know the 260 are a little less work.
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Are you in need of 6.5 Creedmoor brass?? Or was this an experiment??
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