WCChapin | .41 Magnum – Part I – Resize, Trim & Deburr Assorted Brass
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The first steps in preparation of trying out a recently acquired 41 Magnum – Resizing, Trimming and deburring brass that was sent to me by Loads of Bacon.
Processing assorted 41 Magnum cases at the Brass prep and Utility bench that is made from an old Black & Decker Workmate from my Grandfather. See my video “Waterville WA Workmate” for more information.
I often deprime and size pistol brass prior to wet tumbling. I use a carbide sizing die on a LEE Breech Lock Challenger Press with a homemade case kicker. Then the brass is trimmed to ensure uniform case expansion, bullet seating and crimping.
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