One of the most onerous tasks of reloading is prepping brass. I'm getting ready to reload for the .243 and I found a bunch of brass I had stored a couple of years ago. When I stored it, I just sorted it, put it into zipper bags, and dropped it in a storage box. Tonite I dug it out, and
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Each piece of empty brass was handled four times, and frankly, I'm tired of messing with it. Reloaders know what I mean, when you have to get brass ready to reload. Tomorrow afternoon I'll give the brass a final inspection, cap it, and load it. Again, each piece of brass will be handled four times. But then I'll have some loads that I can evaluate prior to hunting season.
While looking for .243 brass, I found a bunch of old .338 Win Mag brass that I accumulated somewhere. From looking at the specs of that brass, I believe that I can neck it down to 7mm Rem Mag. Anyone have any experience doing that?