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Old October 1, 2018, 07:03 AM   #9
scatterbrain
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If you beleive that consistantency contributes to good groups anealing wins handsdown. I measure my brass before starting the reloading process, again before sizing, and then after resizing, they will be within .0005 for length every time. Also, check for runout after sizing, within .0001 everytime, and after bullet seating, within .0001 everytime. And, primer pockets give up first. Maybe anealing doesn't improve my shooting, but I feel better about my reloading. Oh, SD's will average around 10 with brass that is of unknown age, lot, (pickup).
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