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I just recieved about 400 different hulls.rem's looked the best the only problem was trying to pull them off of the deprimer rod they were sticking like crazy.the yellow base ones would fall right out.fed hulls good 1 had a split in the brass but no head were loose.the color varies between dark brown to light brown not sure but they seemed thinner then the ones from years ago.win hull plain suck at least the red ones.4 of them had blown heads all the same hull same shot and speed.win surpreme hull looked really nice and cant wait to do something with them.2 friends gave me these last night they are only 3 years old or less.
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Measure the OAL of the remingtons. Some yellow base run long.
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Make sure and twist the brass on the Winchester cases. At least one in 3 will spin. I wouldn't reload them as the hull often blows off the base. Sometimes they go out the barrel but other times they get stuck in the barrel.
The Supreme cases are not nearly as bad as the drylock hulls that are a little older. The new 10ga hulls may be like the Supremes but it has been at least 5 years since I bought a case of drylocks and they were still the older style hull that the brass will spin after the first firing in some cases and never in others. You just have to twist them to see what you got.
This is nothing new. The lead 10ga ammo by Winchester used to do it as well. Jeff
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