Nosler Brass 7mm Rem Mag (50ct)

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7mm Rem Mag (50ct)

7mm Rem Mag Premium Brass (50ct)

Nosler® Brass is created to exact dimensional standards and tolerances, using quality materials for maximum accuracy and consistency potential while extending case life. Nosler® Brass also undergoes the rigorous quality control that premium Nosler bullets have experienced for over 60 years.

Each piece of brass is completely prepped and ready to load. The case mouths have been chamfered and deburred. The flash holes are deburred and then checked for proper alignment. Each piece of brass is visually inspected at the factory and sealed in the box until you open them. Together, Nosler bullets and brass are the ingredients for the perfect load.
Cartridge Dimensions

Nosler® Brass Informational Video

Box Qty. 50
UPC Code No
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 10185
Factory Type No
Cartridge 7mm Rem Mag


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Customer Reviews

  • Over all good quality
    Review by C.W. 7mag / (Posted on 6/25/2019)
    I must say that I found all of Noslers claims about this brass I have found to be accurate. Consistent length and weight, flash holes are clear of any burrs. However, one thing I would caution users about is the tightness of the the primer pockets!! This isn’t really a complaint but if I had not been doing some pretty tedious load development I don’t know if I would have caught it. While I was checking the seating depth of my bullets with dial calipers and a comparator gauge I found inconsistencies in my readings 1st I thought perhaps I had a die issue but upon reexamination I found the culprit was that the primer wasn’t set to the proper depth. I was using 215 Feds which I’ve read are a hair larger than other mag primers. I was even questioning if something was wrong as I was using my hand held priming tool because they seated so very hard but the handle did bottom out or at least I believe it was in any event I have been using two hands now and after my initial seating of the primer and being certain another primer doesn’t drop down into the device I reseat the primer and in some case find it does go a little more on the second squeeze. I’m not certain but I think they are rebounding a smig!! Anyway be very mindful of that otherwise very good quality!!!