I was at the loading bench yesterday afternoon loading .45 ACP's. I confess that I'm a range brass rat and pick up all cases for reloading. During the session I came across four cases that I've never seen or heard of before. The stamp on the case head was 11.25 x 23. I looked in all of my loading manuals and found nothing. They are just slightly longer than a .45 ACP case and go thru the dies with no problems. What made me catch them was they wouldn't hold a large pistol primer. Looking at the primer pocket, there is a distinct difference. Instead of the single hole, there are three and they are connected. Ok you experts, what do I have here?
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