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If you have ever seen a round forced into the case from hitting the hood of the pistol's barrel, you might want to start using a cannelure tool on the ammuniton you keep on hand for defense or survival.

I have seen this happen more than once to commercial ammunition, and I've heard about it numerous times. Check your "work" ammuniton by pushing down on the bullet. It shouldn't budge. At all.

I cannelure all my ammo just to avoid potential problems. I have used a C-H Cannelure tool for almost 40 years.
 

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Will this prevent set back from being re-chambered numerous times? How about a link to some?
 

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Great people to work with.....

http://www.ch4d.com/

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'Solid Steel' Cannelure Tool

This popular tool will roll a cannelure groove on any jacketed bullet from 17 to 45 caliber. Completely adjustable for depth and height. One setting will produce thousands of bullets. Also useful for making a second cannelure to lock the core to the jacket to control expansion of hunting bullets. Precision machined throughout. The cutting wheel is hardened to 59C Rockwell, so it will never wear out!

Part # Description Price

12000 Solid Steel Cannelure Tool $ 64.58
 
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