Duh! - the 'el thicko'' syndrome

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    Duh! - the 'el thicko'' syndrome

    I tell this against myself!!

    Last phase of much reloading of late is some 454 Casull. Got dies all set and powder measure fine tuned and off we went.

    Had put out 20 Large Pistol mag primers and wondered why when after resizing, and I went to seat a primer it wouldn't go. Looked at primer pocket, wondering if distortion had occurred - as these cases take huge pressure.

    Nope wasn't that ...... but did rethink and realize - the ''duh'' moment - yep - small primers will do just fine!!!

    I amaze myself sometimes - must be age I guess! LOL!

    Off to bed now - reloading can resume tomorrow
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    That's probably my one gripe about reloading, different size primers in what you didn't think they would go in. I ordered a 100 starline brass in .400, it's a 45 acp necked down, they fitted them for small primers, I have to sort those and the 45 brass that I resized (large primers) and then proceed.
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    I've seen some factory .45 brass with small primers. I can't remember the brand but it looked weird.
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