Looking for a little bit of advice (again) if I may.
Cal: .20 TAC
prep: tumbled, decapped + FL sized (set up to set shoulder back about 2 thou from fired dimension,measured using headspace comparator), tumbled again, inside neck brushed, v v mild turn of hand chamfer tool and primer pockets cleaned, then reloaded.
Now I dont see any problem with accuracy or groups, cases chamber well and extract etc but when cleaning and prepping a batch today i noticed that these cases seem to be losing the nice sharp junction between he base of the neck and where the shoulder starts to flare out. I have tried to take a photo but it isnt the best but it gives an idea. There seems to be a gentle curve from shoulder to neck.
Am i wrong in thinking that the junction should be sharper?
or is it that I am particularly bored today and noticed something that is completely normal. I have never really studied it too much before so i maybe never noticed what normal was!
any advice would be welcome, and ridicule accepted.