Originally Posted by Herman
When reloading for my 30-06 with the case trimmed to the proper length and the OACL correct the center of the "channelure" is .075 above the end of the case and a 110gr bullet sets right on top of the case. What is the deal???? The round works fine through the action of my Browning Abolt> how about some comments?
If I am understanding your description, the cannelure exceeds the case mouth, so if the bullet where seated deeper everything would be correct. Well, seat the bullet so the cannelure is within the case mouth, make sure the OAL is not below minimum length and go have fun. LD has a good point, forget crimping if your shooting a bolt gun.