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Old February 5, 2001, 03:53 PM   #1
Eddie
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I am quite new to reloading. I keep records of everything I do(my memory is hopeless). I was experimenting with identical bullet, case length and powder charge for the Federal, winchester and Norma brass that I have from old factory loads I fired last year. I have noticed that of the three differant types of brass I have reloaded, the Norma brass seems to move the least, (needs less trimming).
Is this normal.

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