Originally Posted by nitestalker
Are you gauging flash holes? Case weight is more important than powder weight. Are you turning your neck ODs after trimming? If not the cases are not trued to the axis of the bore. Brass does not flow evenly from the web to the neck. Uneven necks can cause high pressures spikes and poor throat alignment to bore.
Spend less time on cosmetics and more on accuracy related mechanics. My thoughts any way.
Deburing the flash holes is something any reloader should do if they are reloading for accuracy.
If your a benchrest shooter,or shooting in high stakes matches,I can see weighing your cases,bullets,and going to the extent of turning your necks.
A lot of reloaders get very anal about doing things like that. In the 3+ decades I've reloaded,and shot long range,I've never done any of these things,and I've had great success with my shooting.
Hell,I even use Lee dies/presses for most of my reloading,and shoot those cheap ugly Savage rifles.
Originally Posted by CamoToe1
Does anyone have input on the RCBS case prep center? Is it worth the cost over a cordless drill?
You can buy several new batteries for your drill for what that thing cost,and it won't save you much time doing it.