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  1. 3.8 behind a 180 sns makes a nice minor load. have shor it as low as 3.4
  2. not pulled and still available https://www.midwayusa.com/s?userSearchQuery=golden+saber+bullets&userItemsPerPage=48
  3. How about one of these https://immortobot.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=37_45&products_id=197
  4. ONE SHOT® CASE LUBE One Shot® Case Lube with DynaGlide Plus® technology is a micro-penetrating high pressure dry film. It contains no petroleum, teflon or other synthetic silicone so it will not contaminate powder or primers.
  5. Its been coming soon for quite some time .Like years.( I could be wrong )
  6. Explain we seat most primers .011 to.015 below flush with no issues. There are a few headstamps that wont allow this and some that require a deeper set.
  7. not 100% but Winchester came out with a new (cheep)line star USA . I thought it was steel not brass.
  8. not my cases (ffl6) I load ammo for several competition shooters they provide their own clean brass I will not load wet cleaned brass that has not had the primers removed because of this.
  9. Have seen cases that were wet cleaned then dried put into storage (sealed container ) that had water in them 6 months later.
  10. tumble in new/clean corncob media or rice for a few minutes.
  11. Try this decap 200ish cases. Then put them in your oven at it lowest setting(150deg) for a hour /stir them around a couple times say every 20min. then dump them out on a dry towel let them cool to room temp (this may take 30min) then load. see if problem goes away.
  12. water gets trapped in the old primer will not dry out . If you do a little searching you will find this has been discussed several times. Look for discussions like fullpower squibs/ misfires etc. They all have one thing in common wet cleaned with primers still in the cases . manny different methods of drying but the problem still persist. until the primers are removed then the cases will fully dry. and their problem went away. I am sure someone will come along and dispute what i've said .
  13. Did you remove the primers before you cleaned the cases? IF not there's your problem.
  14. What bullets? Could be you are seating the bullets crocked . A mr Bullet feeder expander would help.
  15. is it a particular head stamp? do they drop in the barrel?
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