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Old August 18, 2013, 05:44 PM   #5
BigJimP
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I suspect a "case gague" would have caught that round ...allowing you to reject it - before you boxed it up.

I will occasionally have a case with a small crack or a bulge or a burr on the base...( sometimes a small crack will show up, after you seat the bullet )...and a case gague, is the way I check every round -as I box em up. It only takes about 1 minute per box ...for a little more piece of mind - and one last final check !

We all know the risks associated with reloading...and I don't think a mistake is inevitable / if you follow careful procedures, keep your bench clean - and keep your eyes and ears tuned to issues on your press.

It is possible to load for many years - without an overcharge or an undercharge ! ...and presses with powder check dies help us !
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