Originally Posted by 1sniper
Thanks for the help.
I was a little confused because allot of research that I found with google was 50/50 some do it before and some do it after.
Just a little side note on this, It is common sense to correct any dimensional problems before
The chamber is very concentric and when a case has different neck thickness then the
concentricity if out the window because the inside of the neck is now off by the same error.
The issue is how much effect it has on the accuracy. The best chance of the best accuracy
possible will be when everything is Square,concentric and uniform.
For hunting at close range, It is not an issue unless you want the best accuracy anyway.
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