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Split Neck Cases

A very thin split in the neck or mouth of your cases can be tricky to see with the naked eye during case inspection.  Shining a flashlight through your cases in a darkened room can help you see where any … Continue reading

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Reloading 101: Case Diagnostics Part II

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks Once again I have a few cases that were brought in that have some issues. Careful case examination is one of the most important safety aspects of the reloading process. I try … Continue reading

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Reloading 101: Case Diagnostics

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks I was handed a small sample of 223 cases the other day and was asked if I could comment on some marks and appearances that had been noticed as they were sorting … Continue reading

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