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#6331943 - 06/12/16 07:35 AM seatng ?
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I am reloading a 22hp (Savage cal.) I have to seat the bullets fairly deep to chamber, is there any negatives..the 22hp brass has a fairly long neck.
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#6331999 - 06/12/16 08:08 AM Re: seatng ? [Re: colt45]
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So is it the .227 70gr Hornady bullet made for the 22HP? Its has a cannelure so seating to it should be good to go.

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#6332098 - 06/12/16 09:32 AM Re: seatng ? [Re: colt45]
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Originally Posted By: colt45
I am reloading a 22hp (Savage cal.) I have to seat the bullets fairly deep to chamber, is there any negatives..the 22hp brass has a fairly long neck.



Just imagine it with a shorter neck and more bullet sticking out and run with it. If you wanted to, you could trim a quarter inch of case length and seat to the normal OAL. Think about it, and you'll realize why that long neck just doesn't matter.
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