Some Advice on Rechambering The Same Round in Your EDC Gun


Unloading and reloading a round multiple times causes the bullet to setback. Also it causes dings and dents on the head and rear of the casing. Primers are not so much of a concern since they are a tad below the rim and unlikely to contact the breach face.
After several rechambering, it’s time to shoot your premium HP round on your next range trip.
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