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Flattened primers?

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Old 11-01-2013, 07:14 PM
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Re: Flattened primers?

Originally Posted by snojnke View Post
Thanks all for your replies. I'm gonna shoot it the rest of hunting season then take out to a local gun builder to see what they think and if I should set the barrel back.
That's a good plan. Save any brass from rounds you shoot so you will have "data".

I hope you get a trophy.
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Old 11-01-2013, 07:48 PM
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Re: Flattened primers?

Originally Posted by LONGSHOOTER View Post
It looks possible that those cases set back "in toto", that is to say, the whole case moved back to squash the primers, while encountering no "chamber wall cling".

What amount of headspace does a FL sized case exhibit? This would determine if your chamber is outsized, or the new cases undersized.
I had asked you a question.
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