Joined: 28 Mar 2006
Location: New Brunswick,Canada
To make it clearer, the tube seems wider than the inside body of the hull and the whole length is difficult to remove from the de-caping tube. I l have to twist wiggle the hull and pull down with a bit of force to get it off. Slows the process down a lot and is very hard on my thumb and fore finger.
BTW thanks Mike sorry for the confusion!
_________________ A pointing dog and a 16GA -- It doesn't get better than this
It' those crispy crimps. You need to open em up a bit. A brass Plum Bob from Menards for $5.00 works great! If you have a funnel with a taper on the neck that opens the crimp up ,that will work too. I have a $2.00 set from WalMart that I keep on the bench.
Joined: 24 Jun 2013
Location: canandaigua - western n.y. (formerly deerhunter)
I have the 12ga MEC sitting right next to the 16 . Just push the cases up on the 12ga plunger(primer seater) and spin a bit - loosens the RGL's up . The tight is the feature of the RGL that is unique and helpful some . The RGL's seem to cushion the shot blow some being thicker . Too bad the plastic isn't a bit better qual . The thick is why a lot of us use 20ga wads effectively .
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