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Old September 27th, 2015, 17:55
arkyboy arkyboy is offline
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Default Perfecta Brass Question

Has anyone tried to reload brass made by the Italian company Perfecta? I just bought some of their ammo and the brass "looks" really good, but since I got stuck with a bunch of Amerc ammo that was no good, either for shooting or for reloading...I ask questions before I buy up a bunch of anything new. Thanks.
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Old September 29th, 2015, 22:45
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Default Re: Perfecta Brass Question

Apparently, nobody has used much of any of it.

I've got about four boxes of it myself. I guess we can just mow your back yard and burn up a couple of hundred rounds of it, reload it, and find out.

I don't figure it can be any worse than S&B brass, actually. Amerc can't be equaled by anyone who actually puts powder in their cartridges, given that Amerc didn't always do that thing.

That crap scared me to death a time or two.

Edited to add that while we're on the subject of brass, has anyone reloaded any of that Turkish ZQ1? That also looks good, and I've got a wad of it, because it's loaded with 124g instead of 115g boolets, which most of my 9mm's seem to prefer.

Pick it up, or leave it lie?

Inquiring minds want to know!
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