Originally Posted by partisan1911
I have looked at everything you mentioned. This brass was shot through a different rifle but i thought if I resized and trimmed appropriately I would be ok?
There are some briliant minds here on L/R/H. I have had a simmilar problemb on a 270wsm and was told I didnt resize it properly. or didnt resize back to spec. I ruined 3 pcs of brass trying to size to the absolute minimum cahmber specs with a Redding F/L die. Never could figure out anymore to it than just get 2 dies one for each gun, and 2 piles of brass.
The brass in my rifle shoots great in my rifle. but wont hardly chamber in my dads rifle. His brass will work fine in both till I shoot it out of mine. Then it wont work in his anymore. Alot of very knowledgable and respected handloaders told me it was my fault for not properly resizing it to minimum spec. I strongly disagree, as my brass doesnt get any smaller period, without crushing when I size it. but bought another die and brass and do them seperately from now on. My brass will NOT work on my dads rifle no matter how its sized. No way, No how, Period.
Id suggest playing with your die some, and if it doesnt work, just get new brass. It sucks, but thats the only fix I could come up with. Good Luck
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