New Primed 375 H&H Magnum Brass - Made By Norma

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10% off Introductory Pricing - $89.95 / 50 ct

50 pieces of brand new PRIMED 375 H&H Magnum Brass.

This brass was made in Amotfors, Sweden by Norma and has a Barnes headstamp.

This brass is primed with RWS 5333 (Magnum LRP).


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That’s a very good price!
Thanks, I'm going to keep trying to bring deals to the community. The TipStrike prices are half or less compared to what you'll find at places like Grafs or Midway.
 
Thanks, I'm going to keep trying to bring deals to the community. The TipStrike prices are half or less compared to what you'll find at places like Grafs or Midway.
How do the TipStrikes compare to the Oryx? Thanks!
 
How do the TipStrikes compare to the Oryx? Thanks!
The TipStrike is not a bonded bullet. The heavier bullets (30 Cal, 7mm, and 270 Cal) have a mechanical lock (I attached a picture to help illustrate the construction) to aid in weight retention (should be around 70% retention and about 1.4x the original bullet diameter). The jacket is tapered so it expands The polymer tip helps with rapid expansion and increases BC. The lighter bullets (22 cal and 6mm) are good for vamints.

The Oryx is more of a traditional bonded bullet, whereas the bondstrike is similar to the design of the tipstrike with a polymer tip, but bonded instead with more of a boat tail design to increase the BC even more.

For the price, I think you'd get pretty good results on most North American game for likely a better price than a Hornady SST. Of note, I opened a box of the 30 Cal 170gr and it didn't have cannelure, which might be a factor if you're loading for a gas gun.

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The TipStrike is not a bonded bullet. The heavier bullets (30 Cal, 7mm, and 270 Cal) have a mechanical lock (I attached a picture to help illustrate the construction) to aid in weight retention (should be around 70% retention and about 1.4x the original bullet diameter). The jacket is tapered so it expands The polymer tip helps with rapid expansion and increases BC. The lighter bullets (22 cal and 6mm) are good for vamints.

The Oryx is more of a traditional bonded bullet, whereas the bondstrike is similar to the design of the tipstrike with a polymer tip, but bonded instead with more of a boat tail design to increase the BC even more.

For the price, I think you'd get pretty good results on most North American game for likely a better price than a Hornady SST. Of note, I opened a box of the 30 Cal 170gr and it didn't have cannelure, which might be a factor if you're loading for a gas gun.
By all means let me know when 470 brass back in stock…i probably bought 80% of what you had previously I will buy a ton more great brass!!!
 
By all means let me know when 470 brass back in stock…i probably bought 80% of what you had previously I will buy a ton more great brass!!!
We will definitely let everyone know. We are working a few things... It's just taking a long time.
 

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