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Old 01-29-2014, 10:53 PM
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Default odd issue with sizing 9mm

First time reloading 9mm and first time using a carbide die.

Im getting odd teeth marks on the very edge of the brass sfter sizing. Im not sure if its an issue with a fluted chamber from my p7m8, or what.

I set the die 1/8 turn away from shell holder, almost every brass gets the marks, I messed around with the die, and I very seldom get the marks while 3/4 turns out away from shell holder. Unsure if this will cause chambering problems, or if the marks on the brass will be a problem to begin with.

Using rcbs carbide die, but the carbide is a little different then most dies, its a full length sleeve piece of carbide, instead of the little short ring.



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