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Old 01-25-2010, 16:47   #6
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Originally Posted by ManNamedJed View Post
Lately I've been getting 4-5 per hundred rounds. Does anyone have any ways to prevent this? It seems to happen most with the nickeled Speer (which seem to have kinda loose pockets, as the new primers go in really easy). I think I've had maybe 3 in the last 10,000 rounds of 9mm.

I load with a dillon 650 BTW.

What kind of Die are you using? Like was stated before it's likely a burr on your die. Clean the Die, polish the tip. If it's one of those fancy dies with the floating pin check to make sure that is still working right.

Lee has just about the best decapper around. Simple, cheap, strong, Moves out of the way when you get a Berdan case in there, not prone to problems. If it's a Lee consider buying another pin and just being done with it.
Originally Posted by WiskyT View Post
I know the press is blue and therefore not prone to problems, but apparently Dillion has QC issues as well.

It has nothing at all to do with the press.

Ignore Text Size....posting from a phone.

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