Hornady takes extra time and care in the creation of their cases, and produce them in smaller lots. This is the only way to ensure each case meets their strict quality standards. Hornady cases offer reloaders excellent uniformity in case wall thickness, case weight, internal capacity and in the primer pocket and flash hole. They measure for consistently tight wall concentricity, and even run their cases through a pressure calibration test to ensure uniform case expansion. Finally, each case is hand-inspected.
What does this mean to you Proper seating of the bullet not only in the case, but in the barrel as well. Consistent charges and pressures. Ultimately, it means optimal velocity and repeatable accuracy.
The extra time and effort Hornady spends has another benefit you'll enjoy. They've built their cases so well, you'll be surprised how many more reloads you can get from them over most competitive cases. It's incentive to reload that case and try for an even more memorable shot next time around.
Some reloaders treat brass as a commodity something to be bought in bulk at the cheapest price possible without regard to quality. At Hornady, they treat brass as the foundation for what could be the most memorable shot of your life. Reload with a case you can count on every time. Look for the Hornady headstamp
Note: This is a reloading component of Unprimed Brass. This is not Ammunition.