Thread: Bulging cases
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Old December 16, 2012, 10:51 AM   #8
buck460XVR
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If this is from a revolver and the cases ejected easily from the chambers, I wouldn't worry about it and would use them. If one or two cylinders consistently eject hard, I would be concerned about a bulged/over-sized chamber. If all the rounds ejected hard and other loads don't, I would back down my load till they eject easily. Handgun brass generally will split at the mouth before a failure. The exception would be a bulged/over-sized chamber that may exhibit split cases. Ruger revolvers have been know to have different chamber sizes and this will lead to some cases resizing harder or easier than others.
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