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Good to hear from you again Ken. Your info is correct, it all comes down to case volume, bullet weights and design pressures.
 

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Thanks Mike, I'v always followed the manual w/ no problems, just wanted to make sure.
I'm loading them at the start wt: 4.7g. I'm setting my length has follows see if you agree w/ this logic
Max OAL = 1.169" Min OAL = 1.125 so I split the difference between Max & Min and come up an OAL of 1.147" hows that sound
Wooleyworm & Mike or whom ever else would like to join it ?

Thanks to all
OAL will depend upon bullet type and your gun; seat it so that you have plenty of bullet to get a good taper crimp on.
 
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