Discussion in 'Firearms' started by Gator 45/70, Feb 19, 2013.
I quit for tonight,To tired and making 1 to many mistake's,That is all.
I hate it when that happens.
If they are 9mm cartridges, I think the projectiles may be incorrectly seated.
Picture is a bit Fuzzy, so it is hard to tell if these are a Bottleneck Pistol Cartridge or an Extended Projectile crimped on a Straight Sided Rimless Case... Could be either, because you can't see the crimp area....
Distance from the bottom of the straight part of the case to the rim, WTH?..... 9mm?
Yes,9's Sometime's i get in a hurry, Not a good thing when repacking boolit's.
I was working with moose snot and not paying proper attention !!!
what weight bullet are you trying to seat..115,124,147?
124's HP, Also did about 200 cast 127 grn. Round nose.
For a friend, I don't even own a poodle shooter.
I had that problem when I first tried to load 147s, I discovered that with the taper of the case you could not properly seat flat base 147s . Bevel base 147 and 124 may be the way to go to get the correct OAL.
Check in on the Handloader's Bench The Handloaders Bench. Those guys know.
Some brass has a smaller ID and smaller case capacity and thicker walls.
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