The 6.5 grendel brass case is the most popular brass for benchrest shooting. The 6.5 grendel brass is the parent case for the .22 PPC, 6mm PPC, and the 6.5mm Grendel cartridge. More than 90 % of all the benchrest shooters in the world use 6.5 grendel lapua brass as a parent case for 6mm PPC. There is no doubt – Lapua’s .220 Russian brass is the king of benchrest reloading.
LAPUA RELOADING BRASS IS THE BEST CARTRIDGE CASE CHOICE FOR DEMANDING RELOADERS
Lapua brass has been developed to ensure that its base, body, and neck will maintain their exact specifications even after being through several reloading cycles. Our cases are the best in the industry when it comes to uniformity and quality thanks to cutting-edge metallurgical research and manufacturing procedures.
The claim that Lapua cases are the best in the world is one that is shared by all of the world’s elite marksmen. For instance, the top benchrest shooters all over the globe choose the 6.5 Grendel brass when it comes to reloading brass as their number one option. Each and every one of our cartridge cases is robust and consistently exact. Lapua brass is designed from the ground up to be reloaded time and time again. Lapua’s pistol and rifle cartridge components are the solution for reloaders who need the highest possible level of dependability from their ammunition. One thing is for certain, and that is that we never forget our brass.
The casing of the 6.5 Grendel is designed to work in tandem with the AR-15 action, and its performance is superior to that of the.223 Remington and other cartridges that can be used in an AR-15. The use of firearms of this caliber, which are characterized by low recoil and pinpoint precision, continues to gain ground in a variety of competitive fields.
FEATURES OF LAPUA .220 RUSSIAN UNPRIMED RIFLE BRASS:
The case mouth: The Lapua case heads are drawn extraordinarily firm to ensure unrivaled reloadability and an exceptionally extended life cycle, both of which are designed to serve great shooters repeatedly over the course of their careers. Even after a large number of reloadings, the proportions of the brass will not change, and it will continue to securely keep primers in its pockets.
The unrivaled toughness of the brass body section of Lapua cases is due to the material’s combination of tenacity and brittleness. It is simple to extract after shooting, regardless of whether the reloader chooses to merely size the neck or to size the entire case.
The neck of the case: During the production process of the case neck, concentricity and wall thickness are held to extremely precise tolerances. Cases made by Lapua have their necks and shoulders annealed so that they can resist several reloadings.