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This is a discussion on RCBS Single Press within the Rifles forums, part of the Sniping Related category; Haha. Yeah I dinged a few cases too. Just curious.. Iím heading to my range tomorrow (finally NJ bends the knee. Just sue them and ...

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    Haha. Yeah I dinged a few cases too. Just curious.. Iím heading to my range tomorrow (finally NJ bends the knee. Just sue them and they hide) and I loaded my cases a little bit bigger than the COL says it should be. They say 3.340, but mine (with polymer tips) are 3.587. I had them a bit longer the last batch I shot. But Iím not sure if these are the same or longer. So I just wanted to run it by here and see if it helps. Iím going either way. But if itís really a risk of getting a bullet jammed then Iíll repress them down a bit in the morning before I go.


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    Why don't you check your rifle's bullet seating depth first before risk of jamming it?
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    Oh ok. I didnít know there was a one on the gun. I thought all the calibers were the same.


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    Just finished shooting. Only one round was a bit tight in the chamber. 100 of 100 made it out of the barrel alive. So I guess that was ok for my gun.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond Balducci View Post
    Just finished shooting. Only one round was a bit tight in the chamber. 100 of 100 made it out of the barrel alive. So I guess that was ok for my gun.


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    Good job.

    Check the link below. I'm sure you've seen this piece. Give this a try. It will make you reloading more accurate and safer.

    https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000PD01...eoh1_psp1_aps1
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    The tool is inexpensive and will help you produce a more accurate and repeatable round. A few extra tools and you'll be making quarter size holes and a quarter mile in no time. Save all your data.
    Being and engineer and programmer back in the working days I came up with a saying which works for me.

    "Too much information is almost enough"

    Be safe, have fun, bring others along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gpark09 View Post
    Good job.

    Check the link below. I'm sure you've seen this piece. Give this a try. It will make you reloading more accurate and safer.

    https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000PD01...eoh1_psp1_aps1
    I bought it. Thanks for the advise. I remember someone on this forum once told me that reloading was the biggest addiction next to meth. At first I didnít get it, but now.... I find myself sometimes saying ďahh, 20 rounds? Itís not worth sitting down to reload that. Letís go to 80!!! As soon as I get home, I send them on the press. Iím carefully looking at the brass but Iím amazed how many times a Win Mag case can reload. I use starting grain loads. Mainly because thatís what gave me the most consistency. So the plus side is extra powder and more use on the brass! As soon as I see cracks on the ass or dents in the body or goes to a bucket for scrap! This is fun!


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