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Old August 26, 2012, 08:12 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by MEHavey
Originally Posted by JEPP2
" necks is 662 degrees (F) for some 15 minutes..."
Point well taken. I've an order into Midway for both 700 and 750 Tempilaq.
Using Jepp's time/temp observation, the problem's handled in the interim until the 750 materials get here:
Watch for the exact 650°F Tempilaq melt point (yellow light goes out inside the case); continue for
one-thousand-one/one thousand-two count, ...and drop. Works very precisely on those big cases
where nothing else did.

Proof's in the firing: Neck sizing and expanding give correct feel each case, and no more huge gas leak/-
lengthy BP blowback back down entire case wall.

'Love it when a plan works out....

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