9mm brass

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mcrik
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9mm brass

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How many times do y'all load brass before tossing them out ?
Brian D.
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Re: 9mm brass

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9mm brass should last a long time. Some brands just about forever, it would seem. Don't get carried away belling the case mouth to make bullet insertion easier. Reloading can be done quick enough on a progressive press, no need to think of it as a race.
Quit worrying, hide your gun well, shut up, and CARRY that handgun!

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mcrik
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Re: 9mm brass

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I just added a bullet feed to my progressive. It requires a mouth belled larger than I'd like. Hope they don't start splitting.
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Re: 9mm brass

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Don't know where you shoot, but a lot of people leave their once fired brass behind at the range. Plenty of 9mm out there.
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rimfireOH
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Re: 9mm brass

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I’m nearly convinced my 9mm brass self-replicates when left in the dark. Seems there’s always more of it somehow.
If only primers and etc. would do that, too.
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