Thread: 9mm nato case
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Old February 13, 2012, 07:22 PM   #6
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Yep, I did a bunch of .223 and .30-06 milsurp over the last month or so. I checked all of it even though some of it was already done. One thing to do is keep that brass segregated from any new milsurp brass you get. Once the new stuff is swaged (or reamed) to remove the crimp it can go in with the already done stuff. That way you don't have to co through it all over again. It might not be bad if you only have a couple hundred cases, but I did around 1500 of .223 and 400 of .30-06......
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