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Concentricity?

 
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:14 PM
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What should I do to a case when measured after pressing cleaning and triming and is out of round .003 of an inch? and the bullet wables.
You should ask yourself why the bullet wabbles.

Then, pull the bullets, adjust your dies and start again.

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I said it using the wrong words the buller is odd .002 after finishing the load.
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:05 PM
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Re: Concentricity?

I guess I missed something. But, .002-.003" of Total Indicator Runout is not too bad. ...especially if you aren't neck turning your cases.

You can easily have .001-.003" neck wall thickness variation for any given case without turning them.

When you size the outside of the neck, the ID will no longer be concentric. Therefore, neither will the bullet.

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