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    I forgot something, Getting more reloads from your case.

    Anneal your case mouths and they should last longer. If your shooting StarLine and want to shoot BP loads they tell you on thier wep page to aneal the cases.

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    I realize this thread was started years ago but is there any chance of recovering the pictures from the original posts? Heck, there is nothing in the first several pages.
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    Probably not Dave, When the boys went, they took their ball bats with 'em. Maybe someday they'll repost but I wouldn't count on it.
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    Can the belling and crimping be done by hand or is a press needed?

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    I use Starline brass for reloads. Its tough stuff, so I find I must use a bench-mounted press for the entire reloading process. My dies are Redding and I don't need a separate crimping die to seat/crimp bullets.

    YMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodiak View Post
    I use Starline brass for reloads. Its tough stuff, so I find I must use a bench-mounted press for the entire reloading process. My dies are Redding and I don't need a separate crimping die to seat/crimp bullets.

    YMMV
    I use a Lee hand press for reloading and all go well and easy. I do have a fixed press but I don't use it much.

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    Found using Lee Factory Crimp die reduced S.D. down to less than 10 fps using H335 and a 300 gr. JSP @1900 fps. No degradation in accuracy either. Was amazed.
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