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Old November 18, 2012, 05:12 PM   #9
drail
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You need to find some way to get out of the habit of rechambering rounds. The quality control of most of the ammo being sold today IS the cause of set back problems. The manufacturer never made any guarantees about their product if you chamber it more than one time. They don't care and their lawyers have convinced tham that they are not repsonsible if you do and your barrel blows. This is a serious problem today and your only defense is to not rechamber rounds. With some loads and some calibers there is very little room for error. If you rechamber rounds you are taking a serious risk. Dragline, a rigid spring steel extractor (like a 1911) that does not pivot on a pin may snap over the rim a few times but it was never designed to do that and it will damage the extractor. It cannot flex that far without being stressed to its limit. If you have a pivoting extractor then knock yourself out. I still don't understand why anyone would want to do this.
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