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Unread 08-16-2009, 08:14 AM
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Re: Help - grouping question

Also someone sent me a message of some flavor that I cannot find anymore. It was about reloading 7mm. Please resend it to my private messages so I can answer it.
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    Unread 08-16-2009, 09:17 AM
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    Re: Help - grouping question

    When I lube cases, it is very simple:

    --place cases in a wooden loading block skipping every other hole

    --Spray lube (I use Hornady) at an angle so you are getting some into the inside of the neck using even strokes and consistent distance from the cases

    --turn block 90 degrees and repeat

    --turn block 90 degrees and repeat

    --turn block 90 degrees and repeat

    --turn block 90 degrees and repeat

    Let dry for a few minutes then size----even my big 338 Slowpoke (338 Lapua variant) cases size with Very Little Effort and are always consistently sized.

    Trick I learned from Speedy..
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