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Ok I know I'm a Big P.I.B but I have some Winchester brass once shot . I knocked the old primers out and cleaned them in the tumbler ok then you know resized them all . Now I checked them on my calipers . I have some below trim length like 1.270 and a couple of them were 1.265 . Are these Ok or do I pitch them in the garbage . Like I said before these were only once fire'erd brass .




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Good to know . Thanks Brnwlms and Alabusa . I have really missed this for a very very long time . By the way here's a pic of my New Little Shop of Horrors . Waveform inspired me last year when he built his new bench but I don't have access to that much room . So I had to condense . I call it the mini Wave 100
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It Probably would help If I told you what caliber that I'm working on . 44 magnum . Sorry about that . My bad
 

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Straight walled revolver cases normally don't grow in length, they actually get a little shorter as they fill out to fit the chambers. I normally trim revolver brass once after a couple of loads, just to have a uniform case length. This makes applying a uniform crimp much easier. They very rarely ever require trimming a second time.
 
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