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.338/300 Ultra Case Forming

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Unread 02-03-2005, 08:57 AM
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Re: .338/300 Ultra Case Forming

Do any of you anneal the necks? And how is the case life?
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    Annealing

    ricka's annealing page

    I anneal every other time. RUMS eat brass, esp with hot loads. Expect 3 reloadings
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    Re: Annealing

    Thanks B1g_bOre for that link on annealing. I wish I would have had that for another thread on the same subject. I purchased the Hornaday kit serval years ok and It has been great. Again thanks!
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    Re: Annealing

    I don't anneal the necks and can the brass after 6 loads. I'm hot to get my hands on some federal brass.
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