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Old 07-30-2016, 03:39 PM
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Once-fired military brass should not split. For that matter, many-times-fired military brass should not split. There is almost nothing you can do to military brass to make it split at the head consistently except load it very, very hot. Pull a few bullets and weigh some powder charges. You may be unpleasantly surprised.

I would not shoot this stuff at all without replacing the powder charges.
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