Thread: Bulging cases
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Old December 16, 2012, 03:37 PM   #13
Brian Pfleuger
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We need to see some pictures of this brass. Your description doesn't make a lot of sense.

As noted above, brass that is fired in a revolver can not be physically bigger than the cylinder. Even if it's extreme over-pressure and near the point of rupturing the gun and had to be beaten out, it would only be .001 or 2 bigger than normal chamber dimensions.
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