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Old 04-22-2013, 4:19 PM
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Default not sure what to do with these cases ..

I purchased once fired brass and resized already . these are 40 cal , 10mm brass ..

I started loading 45 and 9mm and never seen something like this and wanted to know if this condition is somewhat normal .. ok to load ..

from visual inspection , it doesnt look like case separation but there are clearly lines there... guess its from resizing ?

anyways . can I still proceed ?

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Old 04-22-2013, 5:09 PM
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They look fine
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Old 04-22-2013, 5:13 PM
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It is hard to tell from one photo. The last one on the right looks a little like a 10mm smiley (ask me about 10mm smiley's... ), I discard any smiley cases. The rest could just be as you suggest, lines where the sizing die ended its downward path, lots of guys only run the sizer down part way, those should be fine to size and shoot, hard to say without holding in my hand.
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It is hard to see in the pic, but are you by chance referring to a little glock bulge. Is what ever you are pointing out only on one side or all the way around.

It's about a gum ball worth of brass if you are really woried about it toss it.
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I have tossed few that are really excessively bulge showing . just wanted to double check with you guys first .

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I have tossed few that are really excessively bulge showing . just wanted to double check with you guys first .

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