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Old November 14, 2008, 06:01 PM   #23
cchardwick
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Join Date: September 26, 2008
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There was only one with a loose bullet and it wasn't loose enough to pull out, just a little wobbly. So I tested the worst of the worst, loaded up the 26 worst rounds and shot them in the back yard to see if I'd have any problems. All 26 fed and shot without any failure to feed problems at all. And the big dents came back out after shooting. The brass with the bent lips from inserting the bullets still had the bent lip after shooting, perhaps these can't be reloaded but I think the rest can. I figured these were rejects, no more bulk ammo for me. I should be OK with the rest of it though for plinking.

They should tell you up front that you are buying factory rejects!!!
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