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Old October 17, 2001, 08:58 AM   #10
KP95DAO
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Three things. First: Bevel the edge of the seating stem where it contacts the bullet. There is often a small flat portion that the bullet can catch on. This can be done with a sharp pocket knife.

Second: Seat your bullets with the seating die as far down as possible without contacting the crimping shoulder. This will allow more support from the smaller portion at the upper end of the die.

Crimp as seperate step.
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