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Old 11-27-2011, 09:57 PM
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Re: Wolf brass reloading

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If it is the boxer primed, steel or brass you CAN reload it.

I am reloading the steel cased 223 by the THOUSANDS. and although you will have to set up your dies slightly different as it "springs back" different than brass..........


YOU CAN RELOAD STEEL CASES.
On average how many reloads have you gotten out of steel cases?
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:52 PM
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Re: Wolf brass reloading

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On average how many reloads have you gotten out of steel cases?
Im sorry but I do not know. You see I don't seperate my brass and keep a log book like some do.

All my empty cases, brass and steel, end up in the same pile and get inspected prior to reworking them.

If they are bad I toss them, if they look good I reload them.

I could not tell you for sure how many times I have reloaded the steel cased ones. More than once and less than 4 times is a solid "estimate".....

PS I DO however only load my "just in case magazines" with new brass......the rest of the stuff is for playing or practicing....
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