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Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

Is there no pressure band on those CE's
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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

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    Is there no pressure band on those CE's

    Are you talking about the SealTite Band? (B) I'm sure it's there, just inside the case neck.
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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

    Correct Outlaw6.0, seal tite band is inside the case neck, but you can see the driving band in the photo if you look careful. If I seated to cutting edge's recommended seating depth I would be jammed .080" or so.

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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

    Forgot the exact terminology, I use them too in a different caliber and have never seated them so deep as to not see it. I would assume it would bulge the neck a little
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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

    Yes it does but only just slightly. I made sure to check that especially with the tight neck chamber. I neck turn to .334" when loaded, but with the seal tite band in the neck it makes them .336" when loaded. Now to just look for a detachable mag box that allows 4" OAL and I will be set.

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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

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    Forgot the exact terminology, I use them too in a different caliber and have never seated them so deep as to not see it. I would assume it would bulge the neck a little

    I understand your thought. CE states there is nothing wrong with it though... LTLR did it quite a bit, I just took ownership of a box of 6.5mm 140grn CEB's that are only .100 shorter than these .308 200's!! I would imagine i'll be seating the sealtite band inside the case neck too


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    Re: 200 grain Cutting Edge Bullets

    Tell ya one thing, they are shooters in my gun, aren't cheap but accccuuuurrate.
    I haven't yet taken any game with them but others have said they work well...................
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