Film at Eleven:
I mentioned that the 750° annealing process left a veeeery
subtle color shift on the brass -- hardly discernible.
That changed after firing/soaking/washing the cases -- which normally go dark, dark brownish from the BP/soap solution before tumbling
Now it's obvious:
That said, I also used these cases to re-test the compressed Swiss 1½ load posted earlier:
but under a different Postell bullet -- one I cast from that troublesome Lyman mould in another previous post:
only this time w/ a no-kidding Lyman#2 alloy and shot as-cast.
The result at 100-Yds in failing light this evening was OK: