Using velocity as a measure, I find BR-4s are relatively weak, CCI 450s much hotter and Rem 7-1/2s the hottest of all. For top accuracy in the 6.8, the 450s are usually the best. I've read that CCI 41s have the same charge as the 450, but with a thicker cup. - CW
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Thanks all. Looks like CCI41-->Wolf are running in the lead. Keep the comments coming!
Remington 7.5 BR works for me
I use CCI-34 for my Remington LP brass. Works same as CCI-41.
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CCI #41, mainly because I get them locally. I may need to look into purchasing Wolf though.
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I hate CCI 41's. They are VERY hard to seat fully. I've been using CCI SR Mag lately which work just fine for me.
I may try the ruskie stuff next time.
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