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I hate reloading so so so so so much sometimes.

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Rez Exelon, Apr 18, 2021.

  1. Snattlerake

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    As a former service technician, you did accomplish the diagosing and fix of the problem which should give you great satisfaction.
    There is always a causation and solution to every problem. Some may be multiple causes and intermittant which are really tough but again finding the solution and implimenting it is gratifying.
     
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    When it goes right, I really do find it to be relaxing. The bad side is that there is definitely a bunch of energy that can go to chasing gremlins.

    I wish I could say that I was that anal about it, but truth is that you put me to shame there. I don't have the time nor do I have the requirement (right now) for that level of precision. That said, I hope you know I tend to save your posts like these for future reference!!

    100% --- probably why I didn't just scrap all the brass and start over. Probably could have done that without too much cost, but then I don't think I'd have got to the root of the issue --- that the rifle has a very tight chamber.
     
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    Any time I start on rifle rounds, the first one always gets chamber checked. Every time... adjustment are made if necessary.
    This makes sure the pull is worth while. Then I check them periodically through the process to make sure of consistent results. No one wants an extra step.. check and check again before you get to far.
     

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