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Old March 20, 2005, 06:53 AM   #3
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If I were to guess without knowing more:
  1. all your rifles are bolt action
  2. the brass for each caliber rifle has only been fired in that rifle
The brass will expand out to match the rifle's chamber. Using a neck resizer eliminates a lot of stretch, but can only be used in a bolt rifle because the brass will generally be too tight for autos etc. The brass in this situation is already sized to match your chamber. If your using full length resizing dies, your rifles chambers may be simply on the smaller side. Be glad you don't have to put as much work into it. Do your loaded shells fall into the chamber, or slide in like a nice tight fit?
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