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Old September 20, 2000, 12:42 PM   #3
Jack Straw
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Join Date: July 26, 1999
Location: Georgia
Posts: 362
That's pretty much normal. If you are loading on a progressive be sure to operate the machine smoothly. If a case gets bumped or jarred enough, flakes will get knocked out of the case and create a small mess. That is one reason that I switched to TiteGroup (that and the fact that it meters much mo' better).

I got good results on paper with Unique, in fact I still use it in .44Mag target loads and .45Colt, but for 9mm I wanted something easier to work with.

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