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Old November 13, 2012, 02:45 PM   #13
tkglazie
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This is why I prefer loading in index mode on the turret press. Every charge I drop is visually inspected on the press the second it is dropped and every visually inspected charge is immediately covered with a bullet with no delay. If there is any delay or distraction (or spot check) the charge gets dumped back in the hopper and the case is verified empty and returned to the press. In the case of deep .38 cases that cant be inspected on the press, the charged case is removed, inspected and covered with a bullet then returned to the press (replacing an uncovered, charged case to the press is a big no-no in my book). With only one case in process at a time and 100% visual inspection the chances of a squib or double charge are reduced exponentially.
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