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    I was think it's pretty interesting

    how long it has taken for the annealing of case necks to become widely used, a decade, perhaps? I can remember when people decried the practice on here and you know who you are .

    Pete
    Last edited by Pete Wass; 06-17-2019 at 09:04 PM.

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    Me, Pete.

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    Never annealed one and likely never will.

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    Been doing it for a long time.

    One more thing to create better uniformity among cases.

    Really had to get into it when I had .22-250 AI and 6 mm REM AI barrels made for my live varmint gun.

    Both are tight neck also.
    Neck walls are 0.0100 thick.

    AN unturned neck will not chamber.

    Both barrels are extremely accurate on my Panda R-bolt, L-port rifle.

    Jewel BR triggers down below 2 ounces also.

    The groundhogs never hear what kills them.
    One and done.

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