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price. Brian hasn’t been able to finalise prices at the time of writing but can say that they will be “very competitive” against the two 155gn Sierra Palma MKs and “significantly cheaper” than


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apua 260 Remington Brass We have a raft of new products either with us


or on the way. In the first category, Hannam’s Reloading Limited has newly introduced Lapua .260 Remington brass in stock – there will be a short report on its features and quality next month.


Berger Bullets Moving from Finland to the USA, Berger Bullets continues to produce new designs at a staggering rate, five new 0.308” diameter ‘Target’ numbers this


Lapua Scenar and Berger models. Samples for review and testing have been promised to our handloading man, Laurie Holland, and we’ll publish his findings later this year. Fox Firearms UK – http://www.foxfirearmsuk. com – telephone 0161 430 8278 for further information and prices.


time around, one already on sale in the USA and the others in the final pre-launch stage.


It’s the 175gn ‘Tactical OTM’ that’s with us and this could prove to be a very useful design for those who want to try factory or tactical rifles at longer ranges, models such as the 26 inch barrel Remington 700 Police (PSS). This tangent ogive number is designed to give match accuracy at the standard .308 Win 2.800” COAL in magazine operation accepting a large jump to the rifling if need


The 2nd edition of Bryan Litz’s book (right) is bigger, thicker and even better than the original


8 Target Shooter


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