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The trick with belted magnums, is on the first firing, don't jack the powder charge way up there. Start low, so the cases have lower pressures when stretching to fit the chamber. Then neck-size your brass from there on out, until you get resistance and you have to FL size them once. Then back to neck-sizing. I've got some with 5-6 reloads on them, and I don't load light. Primer pockets are still good, necks are still good, everything is still looking good. Do you anneal the brass at all to get 5-6 reloads on them? I try to keep a couple 100 on the same number of firings, so have not reached that many times loaded on any of my brass. Harry Sanders replied Apr 16, 2019 at 6:26 PM. Discussion in ' Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics ' started by Cinchy,. LRH is the website of choice for many of the sharpest minds in modern shooting and hunting. We have a high renewal rate among our Advertising Sponsors indicating that they feel the advertising is effective. They recognize our over 100,000 members as serious buyers who help set trends. Hey Mud, What do you do if you're all done with load development and need to use virgin brass? Do you just fireform or use a moderate load that you know is accurate before you jump up to the hotter loads? Just curious. Do you anneal the brass at all to get 5-6 reloads on them? I try to keep a couple 100 on the same number of firings, so have not reached that many times loaded on any of my brass. Click to expand. The trick with belted magnums, is on the first firing, don't jack the powder charge way up there. Start low, so the cases have lower pressures when stretching to fit the chamber. Then neck-size your brass from there on out, until you get resistance and you have to FL size them once. Then back to neck-sizing. Click to expand. I don't know. The.28 Nosler is becoming VERY popular thanks to Browning offering it with modern twist barrels. It was slacking off back when Nosler brass was hard to find, but now that ADG has stepped up and will be releasing.28 Nosler brass this year, that will be a HUGE step to securing its future. When more than one company starts making brass and ammo for something fairly new, that tends to help a lot with its popularity, because it makes brass more available to more people. Especially if the ADG brass is going to be cheaper than the Nosler stuff, but just as good, or better in quality. My family and I welcome you. I started LRH back in 2001 to provide a friendly place where like-minded individuals could share information and ideas to help take their long range shooting and hunting to the next level. We work hard to provide an enjoyable place to spend your time. The list goes on, only 2 will dominate over the long run. This is not a rule of thumb, but typically, with fresh brass, I start about a 1/2 grain low. This is just personal conjecture. 7rm and 7 stw are keepers, all noslers are a fad and will likely never have sold as many rifles as the 7rm and 7stw. I'll bet you see another 7mm before long lol. 7rm 7ultra mag 7stw 7 lazzaroni 7weatherby 7x57 28 nosler 7wsm 7saum. ve got some with 5-6 reloads on them, and I don't load light. Primer pockets are still good, necks are still good, everything is still looking good. Click to expand. 7rm and 7 stw are keepers, all noslers are a fad and will likely never have sold as many rifles as the 7rm and 7stw. I'll bet you see another 7mm before long lol. I haven't annealed any of mine. I would love to have an annealing machine, but I don't have one currently. I also try to keep about 50-100 or so on the same number of firings, but some have more than others. I keep track of that on the labels. I had some Federal brass that only got 3 firings on it before it started giving me case/head separations, but the Nosler brass has lasted 5-6 firings without any issues, thus far. Can't guarantee how many it will last in your rifle, that's dependent on how you load, and lots of other factors, but in mine, the Nosler brass has been great. I haven't been able to shoot much in the last couple years due to work and moving. Prior to that, I was shooting every weekend. osok-1k replied Apr 16, 2019 at 5:30 PM. Also, I have my FL die set to just bump the shoulder back instead of total FL resizing. That, and I have a body die that I'll use first and then neck size after. I get good results either way. Put a brake on it. The recoil is like my 243 and I can stay on target and see my bullet impacts. Also, watch Shooters Pro Shop. They are Nosler's clearing house. They have 7 STW brass (and bullets) on closeout or blems for a great price. 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