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Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

 
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Thanks for the insight, and you used paper as a cap?
Toilet paper as the cap.
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Toilet paper as the cap.
Ok, thats what i am using, i think i will go ahead with it!
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Toilet paper as the cap.
Charmin or Cottenelle?
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Charmin or Cottenelle?
After this
it's Charmin.
As the company claims, "Those who go with Charmin really enjoy the go."
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Re: Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

"angel soft" for me.
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Re: Fire Forming With Cream O' Wheat And Muzzle Brake?

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Because i necked down 375 ruger brass to 30 cal and the chamber is a tight neck, so a loaded round wont fit. I have to fireform to get a to the 40* shoulder and less taper.
Ouch, you went with a tight neck so a regular neck, stuff, and pull the trigger to form won't work well. ugh.....
I suppose the brass won't come out square enough (from necking) to thin the necks before forming will it?? If so you are stuck making breakfast.
Side note, why not use a 300 win or 300 rum and be done with it??
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Ouch, you went with a tight neck so a regular neck, stuff, and pull the trigger to form won't work well. ugh.....
I suppose the brass won't come out square enough (from necking) to thin the necks before forming will it?? If so you are stuck making breakfast.
Side note, why not use a 300 win or 300 rum and be done with it??
The case is elkaholic's design, and a great design at that. The hornady 375 ruger brass is quite thick, so even a "no turn" neck would have problems. We had a 300 rum, then had it re barreled and re-worked (by Nathan Dagley, he is in Center, ND) into this gun, plus, RUM and win mag are boring.
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