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Old Yesterday, 06:33 PM #41
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The new brass is produced on different machines and will vary. If you want to insure the loads will chamber, always size new brass no matter who produced it!
Do you size your factory ammo???????
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I have some new 10mm brass I bought. It will be sized and gauged by me. I'm leaving nothing to chance. I have bought 300 aac brass that was "factory reformed, ready to load" and much of it would not gauge.
Factory Reformed is not Factory NEW brass.
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Yes, it should...
What NEW brass have you had not gauge? What brand?
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Old Yesterday, 07:17 PM #44
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Factory Reformed is not Factory NEW brass.
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