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Remington rifle brass update

Artile by Denny McDaniels, owner of Duck Creek The 257 Roberts probably will not be produced in 2019. The list of “What will not be produced” has not been released yet which translates into what will be made available is not known and as always vague at best. My rational is that the Roberts case [...]

2019-01-04T20:57:47+00:00January 4th, 2019|Reloading Components|Comments Off on Remington rifle brass update

Hornady ELD-X bullet review on Colo. Elk

Hornady #3076 200 grain ELD-X was chosen to use in the Savage Model 110 chambered in 300 Winchester Magnum. The ELD is a long bullet (1.533) so when choosing load data care must be exercised because max loads for a Nosler Partition is not obtainable with the ELD line. To illustrate below is the data [...]

2018-10-30T20:35:31+00:00October 30th, 2018|Hunting, Photos, Rifle Cartridge Reloading|Comments Off on Hornady ELD-X bullet review on Colo. Elk

Reduced 22-250 Remington reloads

I find this reduced load in the 22-250 Remington fun to shoot because the rifle report is greatly reduced making it easier on your ears and the felt recoil is appears virtually eliminated. Other benefits are longer barrel life, which is perfect for me when plinking. I want to shoot more while punching wholes in [...]

2018-05-28T18:21:14+00:00May 28th, 2018|Reloading Components, Rifle Cartridge Reloading|Comments Off on Reduced 22-250 Remington reloads

22-250 Remington Rifle Brass Comparison

Article by Denny McDaniels Comparison of Winchester-Western and PPU head stamp rifle brass in 22-250 Remington. PPU is made by Prvi Partizan, a Serbian ammunition company that has been operating since 1928.  Duck Creek Sporting Goods (www.duckcreeksportinggoods.com) sales the PPU  at .44 cents a round; the Winchester is .499 cents each. My test rifle is [...]

2018-04-01T19:49:41+00:00March 26th, 2018|Product Review, Reloading Components, Rifle Cartridge Reloading|Comments Off on 22-250 Remington Rifle Brass Comparison

WINCHESTER BRASS Current Stock Report

Article by Denny McDaniels   I prepared a report about Winchester rifle brass calibers and their avalability.  This can range from currently in hands of suppliers ready to ship if my supplies run low, they are listed as"available".  Available usually means always available so generally I do not break the bank on these and filling large [...]

2018-01-24T06:47:09+00:00January 23rd, 2018|Product Review, Reloading Components|Comments Off on WINCHESTER BRASS Current Stock Report

Alternatives to Popular Rifle Brass

Article by Denny McDaniels Duck Creek sporting Goods (DCSG) strives to find not only desirable rifle brass calibers but also find alternatives that are cost effective to the reloaders-without sacrificing quality. For the 338 Lapua Magnum look at the Prvi Partizan offered here at $1.58 per cartridge cases ($79 for a bag of 50 factory [...]

2018-01-05T20:02:42+00:00January 5th, 2018|Reloading Components, Rifle Cartridge Reloading|Comments Off on Alternatives to Popular Rifle Brass

300 Blackout, 155 grain Spitzers

Developing a load for a 300 AAC Blackout. The rifle used has a 16 inch barrel with 1:8 twist.  (barrels can be ordered for $110) Using Frontier’s .308 diameter 155 grain flat base Spitzer plated bullet, 16 grains of Hodgdon CFE BLK powder, Remington 7-1/2 benchrest primers and once fired 300 Blackout brass.  (Click here [...]

2019-01-05T18:43:02+00:00January 1st, 2018|Rifle Cartridge Reloading|Comments Off on 300 Blackout, 155 grain Spitzers

Scarce Remington brass

Calibers are manufactured in batches, some not as frequent as we would like. This is listed as “Seasonal” in Remington’s price list. Seasonal to us is not seasonal to Remington. This could mean once a year to once every five years or longer. Starting in 2018 Remington made a statement that they will try to [...]

2018-12-05T19:11:50+00:00January 1st, 2018|Reloading Components|Comments Off on Scarce Remington brass