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Old July 30, 2011, 12:10 AM   #25
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Ohh I was going to ask, is there a way to set the primer tool up so it seats it just past flush?
The pocket depth will determine the seating depth. You want to seat them all to the bottom of the pocket. Primers that are high or flush with the base are from dirty pockets or not mashing them all the way in.

My AR loads these days use Wolf SRM primers. I bought them because they have a harder cup than their SR primers and they weren't marketing the .223 primers at the time.

i was shooting my 55 grain out to 300yds with consistent groups all were within 1/2" to 1" of each other which i thought was pretty good.
That is very good. What 55gr bullet were you using that gave 1" groups at 300 yards?
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