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Hey guys. New to reloading, made a new guy mistake. Had a Dillon 550 for years, but just lacked the confidence to start. Listening to the podcast got me fired up and I have been reloading 9mm for weeks now. I got my recipe put together and have been reloading quite a few rounds. Test shot a few hundred rounds with no issue. I made an adjustment to my belling and the crimping stage, everything seemed to be going well, everything fit the gauge, magazine and cycled thru my G17. But then I noticed the bullet spins inside the case, it is snug enough to not fall out but is not correct. I made the correction to the press and following rounds all tested good. The question is: Can I shoot these over crimped rounds, I just do not want to waste? Otherwise, suggestions of pulling apart and starting over.
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Hey Mike on the point of head separation this might make a good podcast subject on inspecting brass.
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