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Cartridge brass is pretty remarkable. Factory ammo is routinely exposed to pressures above 70,000 psi, at chamber temperatures high enough to erode the throat of a stainless steel barrel, while the brass receives only partial support from a chamber / breech face sandwich. For those of us who handload, that empty factory brass will be…

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