Proper choice of empty hulls is one of the most important choices you must make to keep your reloading simple.
The problems encountered by trying to use any and all of the hulls you may find are usually quite discouraging. Not all hulls have the same capacity. Not all hulls have the same crimp. Each time that you use a hull with a different capacity (usually caused by different base wad height) you must assemble a different set of components to properly fill this case.
We are not recommending that you throw away all the nonstandard hulls that you have, but are advising you to keep it simple until you have gained the experience necessary to assemble the different components.
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