8 years 20 hours ago, 9:37 PM
If you reloaded and you are reloading for a Remington 700. Keep the brass from that gun away from any brass that you have from the same caliber. They would not work in your 700 again. 700's have a very tight chamber and even if you have 2 or 3 700's in the same caliber they will not fit. Even after you resize them they will not work. So, want ever gun you shoot it from the brass will be fire formed to that chamber. Just had a friend bring me some 22-250 brass that he had that was fired out of a Salavge rifle and full length resized them and they did not work. The shoulder of a piece of brass that did work was .006 of an inch shorter than the one's that do not. He got me all the brass that he had fired from the 700 and it work's fine.
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