Thank you both.
I bought a digital micrometer today to do precise measurements, here is hoping I fall within those saami specs.
I only intend to be within spec, not do anything exotic.b What I did with approximately 100 cases is deburr and chamber with an RCBS hand tool, and I want to make sure I was not too zealous and make my shells fall out of spec.
I was also concerned with pressure problems (if any) that might show up if the cases are perhaps a hundredth out of spec (too short)?
Thanks again all!
....andI of course acknowledge my noob-ness in regard to not testing case length prior to deburring and chamfering.
Stupid, I know.
Unclenick---(and any others)
to what degree should my brass be uniform for purposes of plinking reloading?
Saami specs most permissible for pressure/safety purposes?
Also, what toll would you recommedn for trimming. I am looking for low budget/accurate. (I typically want my cake and to eat it too).
"...and which is worst of all, continual fear and danger of violent death, and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short."-Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan
...What he meant to add was, "unless, of course, all responsible citizens are armed to the teeth."
Last edited by Unclenick; January 8, 2013 at 10:42 AM.