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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by patrick021, Nov 22, 2013.
going to start annealing what is suggested to do first the to brass prior to annealing?
I think that the traditional answer is to anneal first and then resize.Other steps like trimming to length,chamfering ,primer pocket work can be done in any order.However, that being said, I have always annealed last .Early on it just felt like bullets seated the smoothest and maintained the most uniform length that way for me.
I am convinced that consistency is more important than the order in which things are done.
I sonic clean, so after 3 firings I:
I use A slightly different order than some. I clean, Anneal, size and trim.
I feel I get better sizing because after Annealing the spring back if the brass is more consistent
there fore the bullet grip is more consistent IMO.
J E CUSTOM
Brush residue out the inside of the neck
Clean by tumbling
Size & Decap
Primer pocket clean up
Chamfer and debur
Ready to load
Sometimes I sonic clean. Changes to the above are as needed.
Why would you put on clean white underwear with dirty hands?
You clean the brass first (like your hands) and then you anneal and prep.
You wear clean white undies?????? Why all those skid marks in yours then????
Been talk'in to my wife huh???
This time of year, my undies are red, as in union suit. It's cold up here, windy too.
thanks for the help
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