Re: New Brass, .243 Cracked neck
While it is not hard to do, it is tricky to do it right. But suppose you get it wrong. How will you know its wrong until you shoot the ammo and it splits open in the chamber splitting 60,000 psi gas in your face?
There are temperature sensitive crayons that you can use but getting the heat uniformly around the shoulder and neck can be hard. I have seen several methods and tools but none is fool proof.
I'm not saying not to do it. There may be some advantages to doing it. But I am saying doing it right is tricky and doing it can be dangerous if you don't do it right.
Not for me!