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Old February 2, 2013, 04:29 AM   #25
Join Date: April 7, 2011
Posts: 35
R-P brass only bothers me because at least on my Dillon, I cant feel it when I seat the primer. So I always have to pull it off to make sure a primer went in. I'd rather feel a little resistance and know it went in. I typically use federal brass for 9mm because its so easy for me to get, but I"ve used about them all. They all work for me. WCC brass though I usually dont even mess with. I've honestly got enough 9mm brass thats only once fired and could just load it and let it lay and still not run out in my lifetime. I got gallons and gallons of the stuff. My advice is load it and shoot it. If it splits throw it out.
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