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Old May 6, 2013, 11:48 AM   #6
hodaka
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"One man's ceiling is another man's floor."

I have a hard time visualizing how a forced primer can set off the tube on a Dillon press, at least a 550. The primer seating function is about 2 inches laterally from the primer tube.

Anyhow, I fired my first 50 with the small rifle primers. I could not tell any difference from my normal load. I think I'm with M&P and will use them when it is too much trouble to recover the brass.

BTW- I only use small rifle primers in all small primer applications and have for a number of years. One less thing to keep up with.

PS - I bet it was due to using One Shot!
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