Product Overview: Hornady 22-250 ammo for sale
When it comes to Hornady 22-250 ammo for sale, Hornady is unrivaled in quality and performance, and that standard of excellence extends to their production of brass. Every piece of brass is inspected by hand to guarantee uniform case expansion and pressure calibration tests are performed to assure constant wall concentricity.
This rigorous attention to detail guarantees reliable charges and pressures and accurate bullet seating in the chamber. Your cartridges will fire at their optimum velocity and with consistent precision. Brand-new, never-before-fired brass. This Hornady 22-250 ammo for sale has not been fired.
Case mouths that are “out of round” or dented just below the shoulder are not uncommon in Hornady 22-250 ammo for sale. These flaws appear during the final tumbling wash process following the annealing of the case mouth. Manufacturers of brass products are aware of the issue with case aesthetics and have taken steps to address it, although dents may still form in some cases because of how some pieces of machinery are constructed. The initial fire will usually get rid of any dings that aren’t too big, and they won’t have any effect on the case’s durability or functionality. If the case neck is made of uncoated brass, you may see a reddish hue since not all of the anneal stain was polished away. Certain cartridge casings, especially those of lower caliber, may have somewhat bellied mouths.
While working with brand new rifle brass, it is essential to straighten the case and case mouth, as well as chamfer and debur the mouth on both the inside and outside. You can use an expander ball to straighten out the brass by running the case partially through a sizer die. Applying lubricant to the inside of the case mouth will keep the neck from extending.
|Cartridge||Hornady 22-250 ammo|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Shipping Weight||1.100 Pounds|
Noel Holt –
I use these for bench rest shooting. I weigh everything, case, powder, and bullet. The two batches I received were very consistent in case length and weight. I believe this brass is a hint on the soft side as it flows readily after being once fired at moderate pressures. They required trimming and reaming a bit more than usual. Still, overall a very good case.
Cameron Bridges –
This is good quality Brass. Much better than any that starts with a W or a Pr if ya know what I mean? Lol. Real shame Brass has become so expensive though. You really need a second job to stay stocked up.