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Postby 243yote » Mon Jan 23, 2012 12:46 pm

I am wanting to start reloading and have saved several boxes of brass over the past year. I was curious if it made a difference to what size bullet came out of the case as to what size i put back in to. For example i shoot nothing but 100gr bullets out of my 243 but would like to load something like a 75gr for the coyotes to shoot a little flatter and stick with the 100s for deer but i didn't know if it would cause a problem resulting in me needing to buy new brass or not.


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Re: wanting to start

Postby kflan22 » Mon Jan 23, 2012 1:00 pm

243yote wrote:I am wanting to start reloading and have saved several boxes of brass over the past year. I was curious if it made a difference to what size bullet came out of the case as to what size i put back in to. For example i shoot nothing but 100gr bullets out of my 243 but would like to load something like a 75gr for the coyotes to shoot a little flatter and stick with the 100s for deer but i didn't know if it would cause a problem resulting in me needing to buy new brass or not.



No it doesn't matter. You can load any 6mm diameter bullet that you want. Have fun!


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