The .300 PRC was designed for extreme long range shooting with heavy bullets featuring high ballistic coefficients. Its superior ballistics and beltless case configuration represent modern case design that supports the use of modern long and high BC bullets. With its ability to load heavier bullets, the performance of the .300 PRC exceeds the .300 Winchester Magnum and many other .30 Magnums on the market. The .300 PRC is also an superb choice in open and large hunting fields for long distance hunting of mid-to-large sized game with bullet weights exceeding 15,8 g / 245 grains.
Lapua reloading brass is the best cartridge case choice for demanding reloaders
The base, body and neck of Lapua brass have been designed to maintain exact tolerances over multiple reloading cycles. Advanced metallurgical research and manufacturing techniques ensure that our cases are leaders in uniformity and quality.
Lapua cases are the best in the world, a statement supported by all top marksmen. The .220 Russian case, for example, is the number one reloading brass choice of the best benchrest shooters all over the world. All our cartridge cases are strong and uniformly precise. Lapua brass is manufactured to be reloaded, again and again. For reloaders who require absolute reliability from their ammunition, Lapua’s pistol and rifle cartridge components is the answer. Something is certain; we never leave our brass behind.
Specifications for Lapua .300 PRC Unprimed Rifle Brass:
Features of Lapua .300 PRC Unprimed Rifle Brass:
The base of the case: The Lapua case heads are drawn exceptionally hard for unmatched reloadability and for an exceptionally long life cycle to serve top shooters time and time again. The brass dimensions remain constant and will hold primers tight in their pockets even after many reloadings.
The brass body: The brass body section of Lapua cases is hard and resilient for unmatched durability. It is easy to extract after firing, whether the reloader opts for full sizing or neck sizing only.
The case neck: Strict tolerances in concentrity and wall thickness are used in manufacturing of the case neck. The neck and shoulder of Lapua cases are annealed to withstand repeated reloading.