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When new comers think of reloading they think of charging cases with powder and seating bullets into their cases and thats pretty much it but thats not at all Those are actually some of the final steps in the process one of the most important steps if not the most important would be case preparation If properly clean and inspect the cases to the highest standard thats what makes the best ammunition Do not skip steps because there will be mistakes that can be lethal or very harmful if not properly made An important part of reloading safety is case inspection Cases wear out overtime and it is important to replace cases that are bad and or have been used too many times look at the case make sure there is no rust or dents in the shell cases Next step make sure the cases are clean from the sooty residue from being shot before Resizing cases is another step that must be taken so that the case with fit back into the chamber of the firearm After the full length of resizing use a caliper to measure and make sure its good Make sure that the length is under the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute specified maximum length if not dont use that measure size Building ammunition benefits gun owners by creating better quality rounds Priming once all cases are cleaned sized inspected trimmed to the right length and deburred it is time for priming When priming its a good idea to clean the carbon gunshot residue off of the primer pockets Use a brush to brush it off real fast Next is charging the cases Charging the cases with powder may be the most dangerous and most important part in the reloading process During these steps pay real good attention to what is happening because there is little room for error What is better Neck sizing or Full-length sizing and fitting
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