6.5 PRC Brass what to get?

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  1. Nellej12

    Nellej12 Silver $$ Contributor

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    I just bought a Bergara Approach 6.5 PRC and wondering what everyone is running for brass if your reloading. I know selection is limited: Hornady, ADG, Bertram that I know of.
     
  2. DDRH65PRC

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    I'd recommend ADG. Hornady works. no experience with Bertram. Also, check out RCC, but it's really expensive machined brass. They can customize brass dimensions for you. pretty niche
     
  3. gman47564

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    im using Hornady in mine and its really pretty good brass.....
     
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  5. freebird63

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    I just ordered some bertram brass, its good stuff. That's all I used when I had my 300 RUM
     
  6. Dubbo

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    I’d go with ADG
     
  7. jamesh

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    I've had good luck with Hornady 6.5 PRC brass. I got 100 rounds of ADG when it was available but have not tried it yet.
     
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  8. duke260

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    I was in the same predicament. I bought 100 pieces of Gunworks to give a try so I didn’t have to use Hornady. I think it is just fine. For the second PRC I wanted something different so I could keep it separated easily. I spoke with a man named Andy, he owns Rocking S Precision, and he told me the ADG was the way to go. Not ever using their brass before I wasn’t sure what to expect and expressed my feelings about that to him. His next statement blew me away. He said buy it, shoot it and if you are not satisfied I’ll buy it back. How could I go wrong. I still have the brass by the way. 200 pieces on the 2nd firing. No complaints at all.
     
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  9. duke260

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    This group was at 750 yards with the 140 elite hunters. I’m pleased with the brass to say the least.
     
  10. DDRH65PRC

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    Gunwerks Brass is made by ADG
     
  11. dnellans

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    if only you could find any prc brass in stock anywhere... good info on gunworks being ADG
     
  12. gman47564

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    I shot this 3 shot group at 430 with the hornady brass.. 2 right above my thumb and one beside it to the left.. so it will shoot too.. thats on a 2 inch plate
     

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  13. shoot4fun

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    Started out with Hornady and still using it but I do have 100 pieces of ADG too.
    I have a repeater built for some matches I shoot and also a long-range BR barrel for one of my BAT actions.
    That is really what I bought the ADG brass for.
    I'm really liking the cartridge. It has been an excellent performer.
     
  14. freebird63

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    Bertram brass. Have had good success with it.
     

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