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Old December 7, 2018, 09:40 AM   #32
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The only thing that makes it more than a simple myth is the industry people saying not to do it. But as explained previously, if they say it's OK, all they gain is liability should something unexpected go wrong. There's no upside for them, so, of course, they'll say no to it or most any other procedure that's not in the manuals as a standard reloading step.
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