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Re: Another reloading question (gun)

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11-26-2012 13:06:00

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Rich, as others have said, neck sizing will work, but you have to shoot it in the same gun. and it is only used in bolt actions. I am afraid it wouldn't work in a lever gun. You might get by with it once, but as the case stretches you will start to have real problems.

Dont risk it.

In my .270 bolt gun, I have experimented getting the die set to full length resize, the start backing it off a little. It works OK, and doesn't work the brass as much and will maybe get you a little longer case life.

I have reloades some cases so many times that they eventually have a case head seperation. Close inspection will show a dark line just up from the rim of the cartridge. this is where it is getting thin.

Good luck, Gene

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 Re: Another reloading question (gun) in reply to GeneMO, 11-26-2012 13:06:00  
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It works fine in lever guns, just a little stickier to extract live rounds, but never been a problem for me. I I neck size only for my 35 Rem Marlin 336. The 35 Rem has a tiny shoulder for headspace, and full length sized cases will cause issues with missfires.

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11-26-2012 13:56:51

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 Re: Another reloading question (gun) in reply to GeneMO, 11-26-2012 13:06:00  
I have some 44mag brass that has been reloaded one time to many and has split the side out of it the last time I shot it which of coarse I can now no longer even think about using it

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