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New Brass VS. Once Fired Brass Velocity

 
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Old 11-08-2009, 12:39 AM
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New Brass VS. Once Fired Brass Velocity

I should know the answer to this but can not find my data.

How much of a difference will you get with new unfired brass compared to using the same brass once it has been fire formed to your chamber? All other load components are the same.

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Re: New Brass VS. Once Fired Brass Velocity

Others will be able to answer this better than I can but I will give you a couple examples that I have had. New brass in my 308 only stretches the shoulder .002 and when I FL size it I push the shoulder back .0015 to .002 so typically I haven't seen changes in velocity. On the other hand, I have a factory 700 in 300 WM and the shoulders stretch .014 when fireforming. I also FL size this bumping the shoulder .001-.002 and if using the same recipe, the velocity really falls off due to the increased case capacity.
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