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    I think I have to join the chorus on .223 conversion. I heard that it could be done too, so I used a pipe cutter and ran them through the sizing dies (without the neck expander in place) Trimmed to length, then turned the necks.
    after that I annealed the cases and ran them through the sizing die again with the expander button in place.
    they work fine. I figure that if the supply of milsurp dries up, I'll still be shooting. Besides, the cast bullet (95 gr) works fine in the carbine and the Nagant revolver too.

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