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Graf & Sons Reloadable

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Topic: Graf & Sons Reloadable
Posted By: Ol Man Beezer
Subject: Graf & Sons Reloadable
Date Posted: November 13 2020 at 3:20pm
Has anyone used Graf and Sons .303 ammo?  I’m interested in buying it first to shoot then to reload.  I’ve recently gotten into reloading after buying a Dillon automated press.





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Posted By: britrifles
Date Posted: November 15 2020 at 6:07pm
I have not tried it, but I can say from experience that the Hornady 174 gr BTHP bullets shoot very well in my No. 4 rifles and PPU brass is probably the best .303 Brass made currently.  




Posted By: The Armourer
Date Posted: November 16 2020 at 12:48am
Seconded - PPU is (probably) the best, non-military, brass in the world.

Win, Rem etc are manufactured towards the bottom end of SAAMI specifications whilst PPU is nearer the top end.

A comparison of Win and PPU brass (guess which is which)













Posted By: SW28fan
Date Posted: November 16 2020 at 3:10pm
PPU brass is great! I use it almost exclusively

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Posted By: Ol Man Beezer
Date Posted: November 16 2020 at 3:15pm
Thanks you, for the replies.  I was unsure of the PPU brass but you guys have helped with my decision to buy the Graf & Sons ammo.  


Posted By: britrifles
Date Posted: November 16 2020 at 3:19pm
I’m tracking the number of reloads on a 50 round batch of PPU brass.  Now at 12 reloads (neck sizing only) and the brass still looks great.  It will soon get its first partial length resize and trim, then begin the neck sizing cycles again.  


Posted By: Zed
Date Posted: November 17 2020 at 12:10pm
PPU is very good. I swapped to PPU from Remington, which was of limited value for reloading. The last batch of Remington that I bought I decided not to use, as I found a couple of the new cases had small splits in the neck area; (these are unfired cases). So now they are a reserve lot.

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Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: November 17 2020 at 12:41pm
I'm up to 8 on some of mine using Partial full length resizing.
No signs of problems yet.


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