My new 32" barrel seems like it has a LOT tighter tolerance than the factory (non-sendero) SPS barrel. I don't really have a problem with that, as I DO go along with the "tight-is-right" line of thinking. But it has caused my faith in factory barrels to take a turn for the worse. Cartridges (un-resized) fired out of the new Mcgowen barrel can be cycled back through the action without any problem. But whan I try to due that with un-resized brass that was previously fired out the the factory rem barrel, it is a straight-up no-go! Right off the bat, it's obvious that the neck just isn't going to fit [without hammering it in]. But then you'd probably never be able to remove it from the chamber. Now THIS is the kicker: Upon re-sizing (which is NOT easily accomplished), the brass can now be coaxed into the chamber, but not without "some" difficulty. It is still tight enough that the extractor can't pull it out. It has to be "knocked" out. Presently, I am using fresh cases in the new bbl, but they will be running out soon. And compared to what I have from the old barrel, there aren't very many out of the new one. Is this a common situation, or do I need to start "dissing" factory Remington barrels? If I chamber and fire the resized and reloaded [but still un-extractable] cartridges out of the new bbl, is it reasonable to expect that they will be "formed" back down to size, and be able to be extracted there-after?