Nosler or Bergara problems

cabelasken

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Did you try to insert a new bullet inside the neck of one of the "tight" fired cases before you resize? It should slip in snug, but easily.
 

itchytriggerfinger

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His case neck did not split. It was a fold from the manufacturing process.
Ive had it in factory Remington 308 Win Ammo and I sent it back to be examined they were ( me picturing them shrugging their shoulders) ah, it happens. No big deal. They did give me a coupon for a replacement box of bullets.
 

ManiacalArms

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I had a customer bring in 5 boxes of 28 Nosler ammo Wirth 160 partitions and all the brass was to long . Same thing hard to close bolt . If I remember right it was .008 to long at the shoulder. I called Nosler 3 times and never got to speak to anyone. He paid me to pul all the bullets, I dumped powder , resized and used brass for handholds. Not the first time I've heard this. Good luck .
 

Mogollon Hunter

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Update, FL sized brass fits nicely. Luckily it was the ammo. I've got a ladder loaded up and gonna be working on load development this week. Working up a load wouldn't be possible without the help and components I've received from members here, it's a great community! Bob Wright even gifted me some primers without ever having met or talked before, a real nice buy in person too
 

wasskeet

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Update, FL sized brass fits nicely. Luckily it was the ammo. I've got a ladder loaded up and gonna be working on load development this week. Working up a load wouldn't be possible without the help and components I've received from members here, it's a great community! Bob Wright even gifted me some primers without ever having met or talked before, a real nice buy in person too
Glad to hear a conclusion was reached and a remedy found. Thanks for posting - LRH folks are always ready to help!
 
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