Originally Posted by stilly
The only thing that I can think of is that maybe the ogive or shape of the noce allowed it to sit at a different position in the seating die and as a result did not get pushed down as far.
But that is a technical reason and I do not know how I manged to say that this late at night...
heh... Switched from round nose to truncated cone perhaps? When I get a progressinve I plan to prolly teast/measure my first 10 rounds when I change powders or bullets as I figure that that should be a good thing to do to minimize jacked up loads.
I also agree that pulling that many bullets takes the fun out of reloading. Too bad they were not fmj...
I did switch from a round nose to a cone shaped bullet!
Originally Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a thought... I'm sure these are well marked so that its obvious to everyone these are defective and should not be fired.
I did separate them. It was fairly easy because one is plated round nose and the other is cone shaped lead...
I'm gonna take some pictures and do some measuring when I get home today.