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357 "armscor" brass question

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by THe Dove, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. THe Dove


    Does anybody have personal experience with reloading these? I have just come into about 100 of them and am having a hard time de-priming them. It seams I'm gonna have to extend/lenghthen the de-capping pin on my die???? I haven't had any issues with other brands of brass.

    The Dove
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

    No experiance.

    But if the depriming pin isn't extending clear out of the primer pocket at full ram travel?
    It needs adjusting anyway.

  3. ReloaderFred

    ReloaderFred Active Member

    I load them and don't have any problem. Like rc says, check and make sure your decapping pin extends far enough. Also make sure there isn't a burr or flat spot on the tip of the decapping pin that would be drawing the primer back up into the primer pocket with you withdraw the case from the die. Some anvils will also pinch onto the decapping pin, due to their shape, and polishing the tip of the pin will cure most of those problems.

    Hope this helps.


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