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Old 08-13-2019, 4:04 PM
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Originally Posted by MongooseV8 View Post
Also bumping a case shoulder is possible and measurable. Your post is kinda nonsensical.
He thinks that people don't understand that the brass FLOWS while being sized.
He seems to believe that people think they are moving the SAME shoulder back on the case and not creating a NEW shoulder with the sizing die.

Anyone who knows much about reloading understands that the brass is flowing in the die and that the material in the shoulder after sizing is not the exact same material that was in the shoulder before sizing.

He ignores the obvious thing which is that this is all semantics and it does not matter that the new shoulder is formed from some of the case body and the new case neck is formed from some of the old shoulder after sizing.
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