Bag of 50 pieces of factory new Sig Sauer unprimed 30-06 Springfield (30-06,7.62×63 mm) brass rifle cases per bag.
Customer Feedback: I thought you might be interested in my random sampling of 10x Sig 30-06 Springfield brass pieces. It is every bit as consistent as both Peterson and Lapua in weight, neck wall thickness, datum length, and overall case length. In fact, it is the same or better than both other (higher-end) brass producers in standard deviation and extreme spread on all of the measurements. I would not hesitate to purchase it again, if the brass holds up as well to firings.
History: 30-06 is still one of America’s favorite cartridge to reload for. Economical, ability to shoot bullets ranging from 110 to 220 grains and the wide array of powders available all equates to versatility. The caliber known as the ’06 began as the 30-03 with slight ballistic improvements over the 30-40 Krag. A few design changes created the 30 caliber Government of 1906, 30-06 Springfield for short.