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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
   $67.21
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HORNADY 219 Zipper Series IV; 2 Die Set; Full Length  #546208
HORNADY 219 Zipper Series IV; 2 Die Set; Full Length #546208
   $75.56
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NEW HORNADY Series Iv Specialty Die Set - 219 Zipper (.224")-546208
NEW HORNADY Series Iv Specialty Die Set - 219 Zipper (.224")-546208
   $85.99
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Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
   $84.95
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Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
   $86.74
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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224" 546208
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224" 546208
   $77.36
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RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
   $98.99
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Lee Universal Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper) -90520
Lee Universal Shellholder #3 (219 Zipper) -90520
   $4.98
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Lee # 3L  Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl  # 90909  New!
Lee # 3L Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl # 90909 New!
   $24.65
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Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
   $89.95
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Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
   $90.00
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Hornady 546208 Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224)
Hornady 546208 Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224)
   $76.89
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Is this brass still good?????

kh*rlingca said: Need some help from veteran reloaders, I have been reloading for a short time now and while inspecting some.223 brass I noticed a grooved ring around the top of the neck. I believe that this is from a military crimp, but I am not sure. Can anyone tell me what this groove is from and if it is safe to reload, I have looked for answers in a couple of books but haven’t found anything. Thanks http://i386.photobucket.com/albums/oo306/kharlingca/IMG_0961.jpg

J*neau said: Yes this mark is a crimping mark. Just resize and trim and do not bother with it. It is safe to use and shoot. Just as a side note, never try to crimp a bullet that have no cannelure. This being said,crimping is not necessary even when used in AR platform.

J*rlath said: Looks like a .223 round. It is from the military crimp (Meant for full auto and loaded usually to higher pressure/velocities) and is safe to reload. Should you see cracks develop at that area, discard those cases.

kh*rlingca said: Thanks guys you are the best, always better safe than sorry.

*rbaneddy said: Yes this mark is a crimping mark. Just resize and trim and do not bother with it. It is safe to use and shoot. Just as a side note, never try to crimp a bullet that have no cannelure. This being said,crimping is not necessary even when used in AR platform. I didn't know that. I thought AR's required the crimp. Thanks for the info too.

Dr*ller said: Debur it and check it dimensional with either go no go tools (i.e. case checkers) or a good set of verniers, micrometers (dial or digital). Military spec ammo is general a tight tolerance manufacture SPC. Thicker walls, heavier projectile crimps and Primer crimps not generally used in commercial ammunition. When in doubt throw it out, from the reload bucket into recycle one that is. There lots of books and information on net and lots of experts here so don’t ever fear asking for help and most will be happy to get you safely going. Driller