Marshall ,I read in your tips about using red dot to fire form brass, but what about using Unique? I'd like to try this method with a filler instead of using cast bullet's. I'm wanting to fire form 400 Yukon brass. Thank's, John Anderson
Sure, you can use Unique! It's a little slower, and won't spike pressures as quickly (hence the Red Dot). You can increase powder charges accordingly to acheive your goal, but I doubt that the shoulders will be as sharp and defined as if using Red Dot or Bullseye. None-the-less, you'll have fine results just the same with Unique, and brass that's formed fine for your first pressure loads.
Let us know how this project goes with actual firing tests!
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