Resizing .300RUM brass to .338Edge after 4 firings?

Troutslayer

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I have a whole giant mess of brass that I have been using in my .300 ultra. Every day I think more and more that now is the time to step it up to .338 edge. Is that brass going to be too hardened to re-size?
 

Moman

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I would say yes, it would be too hard to size up. I don't have an Edge (yet) but did read another post about using virgin brass for this.
 

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