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Re: Question for you reloaders (gun)

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11-25-2012 07:00:47

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Why not just use brass you have fired in your rifle? It will be sized perfectly. (Fireforming)Reprime, check length, powder, insert bullet. How many do you need when you go deer hunting? Three? Just remember to eject the empties into your hand after you drop that monster buck. One box of new shells should provide you a lifetime of brass for hunting, and no dies needed.

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11-25-2012 08:16:47

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 Re: Question for you reloaders (gun) in reply to GordoSD, 11-25-2012 07:00:47  
Well duh that is what we do but the die is not sizing them correctly

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11-25-2012 10:09:30

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 Re: Question for you reloaders (gun) in reply to old, 11-25-2012 08:16:47  
Read my post again. If you use only brass from your rifle, and don't intend to shoot the reloads in another rifle you don't need to FL resize it. Just neck size, or depending on the rifle chamber, not even that. Try seating a bullet in a spent brass with no resizing at all. If it's pretty good then simply seat bullets and crimp.

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11-25-2012 18:34:08

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 Re: Question for you reloaders (gun) in reply to GordoSD, 11-25-2012 10:09:30  
I do not have a crimp die and yes used in only the one gun and not even my gun but a friends. Can not just resize as such since I have to pop out the primer and no matter it is not working so dies wrong or thin brass

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11-26-2012 06:35:46

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 Re: Question for you reloaders (gun) in reply to old, 11-25-2012 18:34:08  
You can deprime with a large nail with point filed smooth and a small socket. Or buy the little depriming kit from Lee for $5.

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11-26-2012 08:49:33

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 Re: Question for you reloaders (gun) in reply to GordoSD, 11-26-2012 06:35:46  
Yes but that does not get my die to work as it should and that is the whole point to this question. I have the die so I expect it to work as it should or it is just a piece that will work as a cat fish sinker

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