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Old September 6, 2012, 11:46 AM   #1
phacious
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(Reloading noob) Overpressed .308 casing

I just got into reloading with a single-stage lee precision. At the moment I am reloading .308 with hornady 150gr FMJ, varget powder, CCI Primers, and Remington brass. I setup the press a couple days ago and loaded a few rounds. I must have setup the bullet seating die (only have a decap and seating die) too low because the casing bulge out a bit were the case begins to narrow. Most of these rounds will not chamber.



My question is, what do I do with these rounds? Can I extract the bullet, salvage the charge and primer, and put the case through the decapper/ resizer?
Is there anything salvageable from this screw-up?
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