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    376 Steyr Brass

    I was going thru my copy of “Cartridges of the World” and noticed the write up for the 376 Steyr stated that the base and rim of that round are almost the same as the 284 Winchester.

    Has any one tried to re-form the Steyr into the 7.5 Swissicon?

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    I've never even heard of the round. I suspect that the brass for 376 Steyr is going to be worth more than the more common 7.5 Swissicon brass, so unless your bored and looking for a project its not really a worthwhile venture for the most part (especially with the availability of factory made 7.5 Swiss brass at the moment).

    If you do decide to try it, I am curious as to the results.

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    You can get PPU from Mid South (Nathzez?) all day long at a good price. Its good brass.

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    Prvi (PPU) ammo is back in supply. Always good brass. And not bad for factory ammo.


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