6.5 x47 or 7mm-o8

Ratwhiskers

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Depending on what type and where you source your brass it's always good to run it through a case lenght gauge before you load it, but l've not had any problems so far.
Regarding the issue of fire forming... it's up to you, l don't bother and had one very hot load (nearly 3200 with 120 v-max,now discontinued) that shot extremely well on stage one brass... .2's @ 200yrd on an 8 power scope.
l have a "no turn neck" to save time and fiddle with the cases, and must say l see not loss in performance for it. l also mark my cases in the hope that when l'm on the firing line no one picks one up and tries to chuck it down a .308
 
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