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Old July 3, 2022, 12:50 PM   #8
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You're going from .30 down to .28". Its not a big deal. Lube the brass for normal resizing and all should be well.

Yes, you do want to check for length when finished. Also would be a good idea to check the case neck wall thickness. It PROBABLY won't change enough to matter. BUT, check it, to be sure.

"Once fired" .308 brass can be anything, from commercial sporting ammo shot once through a bolt gun to GI brass fired from machine guns. It makes a difference in the amount of case prep you might need to do.
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