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Old December 9, 2012, 05:22 PM   #24
Pond, James Pond
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This can cause trouble in either a semiauto pistol or a revolver, as the difference is large enough that the LR primers can no longer be seated flush.
Well, there goes that plan!!

The other day, I was shooting my Redhawk and two or three primers had not seated fully, making it actually hard for the cylinder to turn, even by hand, not hammer, so flush is where they have to be, in my gun at any rate!!
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