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Old September 3, 2005, 12:34 PM   #23
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Thanks Nick, Wilson and Joe!

Get in the habit of taking a new case from each lot you buy and putting tape over the flashhole, then weighing it on your powder scale, filling it with water to overflow and weighing it again. Subtract the weight of the empty case and you have the water weight capacity of the case in grains. Use this information to match loads.
Nick will do

Wilson thanks for the information on the difference then the LC brass and commercial brass

BTW, Lee isn't perfect--the Lee loading manual is one long ad for Lee products, and just copies stuff from other manuals I understand.
And Joe that case trimmer I got to look into. And thanks for that heads up about there manual

So I take it iron presses are better then alumium ones ?? For longativity right since iron is stronger then alumium ??

Thanks in advace!

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