Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Sefuller5741, Apr 25, 2021.
alloy. Follow that with the brand of dies you use, which determines how much cold working takes place. Then, whether you lube your brass.
It happens, but good reloaders catch it before it causes any problems.
I use Win cases almost exclusively, and I've not had any splits, but I'm like most and don't shoot .380 as much as other calibers.
What pistol, what bullet, and what powder?
Most of my brass is range pick-ups, so I have no idea of its history.
Uh oh - rfwobbly won’t be happy hearing slander about European craftsmanship!
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