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titanNV

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Anyone reload these? Any different than any other brass case as far as loading goes?
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On .45 ACP ammo, it's a small primer and has a larger flash hole, but it still loads and shoots just fine. I believe it's their "Non Toxic" stuff.
 

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I got this stuff about 5 years ago. I haven't tried to reload it yet. But after googling it, there seems to be some issues with crimped primers and some primers not seating properly. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with it, and what their findings were. I might try to load a few and see how they go.
 

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I should specify that I can't remember any 9mm loading of this. But it's very possible, as I rarely see the headstamps as they pass through. I notice the .45 because it's one of the few small primer stuff that hangs up the process and has to get dumped into a special bin to be done later.
 

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On .45 ACP ammo, it's a small primer and has a larger flash hole, but it still loads and shoots just fine. I believe it's their "Non Toxic" stuff.

Looks like Blazer 45 is or was the same way (small primer)
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