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I never crimp my .223. As long as there is enough neck tension to hold the bullet and they do not move with recoil and there is no setback with chambering, there is no need for it.
 

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Taper crimp is a technique that is used for auto-loading handguns AFAIK? Cases that headspace on the mouth of the case. Like 45 auto.

223 Remington headspaces on the shoulder in firearms that I know. Might or might not "roll crimp" for a firearm in that caliber.


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