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Unread 03-20-2012, 10:42 PM
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Trim length?

I have a 25-06, max length is 2.494 and minimum is 2.484, Should I be trimming towards max, min or somwhere in the middle Thank's, Brad
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    Re: Trim length?

    I trim when a few hit max, then I trim the lot or box. You can get a little jig that goes in brass and check your actual chamber, then you will know if it is longer or shorter than what is listed.
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    Re: Trim length?

    How do you know what 'max length' is? Have you measured it in your chamber?
    I determine max length per my chamber & trim all to the longest length I can get them all to. Hopefully(if I planned it right) this ends up within 5-10thou of chamber end after fireforming.
    The closer to chamber end, the faster the neck sealing, with lower sooting & ES.
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