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stubbs 01-20-2013 10:35 AM

30-30 flex tip
 
reloading, feed problems with mod 94 and is there an issue with shorting the case neck below spec. hornady writes may be .01 below sammi spec. my issue is will it cause high chamber pressure? Thoughts......

c3shooter 01-20-2013 12:57 PM

Stubs- moved your question over to rifles- you were in the website section.

The leverlution ammo should cause no problems with chamber pressure increase.

JimRau 01-20-2013 02:23 PM

The 30-30 head spaces on the rim so you can shorten the neck if necessary and have no affect on an 'pressure'. If you are worried about seating depth, that to should not be a problem if you stay in safe ranges with your charges. When I was shooting the 45-70 I noticed the cases which I retrieved from the factory Flex tip ammo were much shorter than the normal brass I use.

dango 01-20-2013 11:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JimRau (Post 1102157)
The 30-30 head spaces on the rim so you can shorten the neck if necessary and have no affect on an 'pressure'. If you are worried about seating depth, that to should not be a problem if you stay in safe ranges with your charges. When I was shooting the 45-70 I noticed the cases which I retrieved from the factory Flex tip ammo were much shorter than the normal brass I use.

Yeap , Re loaders hate them ! Like the Hornady 325 gr. 45-70 GOVT. FTX !

stubbs 01-23-2013 02:40 PM

(Yeap , Re loaders hate them ! Like the Hornady 325 gr. 45-70 GOVT. FTX !)

dango: whats that supposed to mean....

JimRau: Thanks for the responce. I feel comfortable with shorting the casing a little but wanted a second opinion. I like to bend toward the side of safety first..


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