Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by AJC1, Jun 12, 2021.
reminds me a lot of some wasp waisted 9mm I have loaded.
They are medium roll crimped into the top driving band, this bullet has 3. I havent picked up my guns yet just my test box loaded up in preparation. These are sized .358 and par for the course lead acts differently. I could get an noe plug the next order as they seem to get a pile of my money lately.
A comfort picture may help.
Seriously, I wouldn't worry too much about that bulge. I've loaded and fired rounds that have more of a bulge than that, with zero problems. If it chambers and shoots, find something else on which to fixate.
And, there's more than a few out there that consider neck tension more important than crimp.
Your thumb nail is not exactly perfect, best get out the micrometer and file!
If it fits, shoot it!
Heck, I’ve even seen factory Ammo look like that for the whole box; they worked fine.
There is no split I promise. I check for that many many times. I see the line your talking about and went back to check
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