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Old July 23, 2021, 11:32 AM   #15
hounddawg
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It's not the force needed to seat bullets that's important for accuracy. It's the force needed to push it out of the case neck.
don't you suppose there may be a correlation there

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Especially when the case mouth inside edge scrapes off jacket metal unbalancing the bullet before it is shot. How many folks round off that inside edge after deburring it?
it's called chamfering, and something I do every loading. I also use powdered graphite on every round

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In my tests, it takes a little less force to push bullets out.
did you use something like this?

https://www.tequipment.net/Mark-10/T...0aAlJPEALw_wcB

to me this would be the minimum for getting accurate results in a push/pull test
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