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Old October 9, 2012, 09:55 AM   #17
Brian Pfleuger
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Originally Posted by William T. Watts
tobnpr is dead on, don't try to make something difficult just because you can! William
I see it the exact opposite. Full-length sizing, every case, every time IS making it more complicated than it has to be. Full-length sizing IS the complication.

I have cases that have been fired up to 8 times and NEVER been full-length sized, or trimmed. Neck sizing requires no lube, no cleaning off lube, just size and go. FAR less complicated than ALWAYS resizing.

The argument that you should do MORE work EVERY time because you'll EVENTUALLY have to do more work SOME TIME simply makes no sense to me.
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