Thread: .223 rem brass
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Old December 25, 2011, 02:09 PM   #22
sundog
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'Parasite' from Paris, Tejas. Very good! +1 on never having to trim pissola brass.

Servant, even if you are new to reloading, try a couple different ways to take that crimp out. For a long time, all I ever used was a chamferring tool and then the specifically made crimp reamers, and while those methods worked fine, I eventually got a Dillon crimp swage. Take a few cases and give a twist or two with the chamferring tool, and then try to seat a primer. Remove only enough so that the primer will seat properly. You'll get the hang of it in no time.
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