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Stuck case thanks to Hornady one shot!

 
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:18 AM
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Re: Stuck case thanks to Hornady one shot!

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Never had any trouble with One Shot. That is all I have used since I have been reloading.

Jason
+1 for me...FYI I always polish my die chambers and expander balls with flitz too..couple that with the one shot and its effortless 2 finger operation on my Forster press
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:40 AM
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I lay about 5 shells flat on a newspaper, all lined up next to each other and spray them and then roll them 180 degrees and hit the other side. It keeps the mess off the loading trays and the overspray goes on the newspaper. Very clean. Because the mouth of the shell is pointing away from me, none gets into the neck. I've done it the same way with spray RCBS Case Slick and it works fine. The only problem with the rolling pad is that sometimes I get to much on and dimple the shoulder.
Only roll the back 1/2 of the case and you'll never dimple a shoulder.
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