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Old August 26, 2012, 08:12 AM   #14
mehavey
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Originally Posted by JEPP2
"...case 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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