Case Annealing

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Case Annealing

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Case Annealing

Postby jime444 » Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:14 am

Just wanted to ask the forum members if they anneal their case necks, if they think it helps case life and accuracy (neck tension) and what, if any equipment/method do you use?
Thx.

For me, I do have a .223 that it seems to really help. A tight chambered match rifle that really is sensitive to neck tension, especially at 300+ yards.
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Re: Case Annealing

Postby Call Turner » Wed Sep 13, 2017 9:56 am

I anneal some calibers, especially the harder brass like Starline in my 45/70s. I just use a small torch and a deep well socket in my drill.
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