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Reloading Bulged Pistol Brass

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It's in a downloadable or internet readable PDF. Your choice.

http://www.uniquetek.com/store/696296/uploaded/Reloading_Bulged_Pistol_Brass.pdf
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I use a Lee bulge buster for all 40 brass.
Comes out really good. Some of it takes a lot of force to push it through.
Those I call Glock brass.

For 9mm I use a Makarov 9mm factory crimp die.
I had a Lee dealer point me to that, and it works great. I do about 10% of 9mm.

i do around 10% of 45acp as well.
 

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I use a Lee bulge buster for all 40 brass.
Comes out really good. Some of it takes a lot of force to push it through.
Those I call Glock brass.

For 9mm I use a Makarov 9mm factory crimp die.
I had a Lee dealer point me to that, and it works great. I do about 10% of 9mm.

i do around 10% of 45acp as well.
Are you saying you get bulged 9MM and .45 ACP as well as .40 S&W?
 

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Are you saying you get bulged 9MM and .45 ACP as well as .40 S&W?
Don't know to really call them bulged, but I have a size gauge and a few are less than a good fit.
Shouldn't say this out loud, but I have run some already finished.
The ram has a hollowed area, so the primer is never touched.

Never one shot from my Sigs, so I bet Glock or an unsupported 1911.
 
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