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depending on the thickness of the case walls. A lying pos can then easily show a pic of a given powder charge overflowing a (much thicker) 223 case, which would easily fit inside another( thinner-walled) 223 case. ignorant bastards just SWALLOW any ejactulate some other jerkoff just like themselves decides to spew.
 

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And another lying POS just wrote the above drivel. Overloading a case is still overloading. A couple of grains won't make a difference all that much. You might like picking shards of metal out of your eyeballs. I don't. Your ignorance of safe reloading is abysmal.

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The average is 250 rounds of .223 per pound of suitable powder.

At 7000 grains per pound, that's an average load of 28 grains per round. So, you're dealing with what is, at most, about a 5% to 7% difference in powder load.

Now, you can use powder not intended for the .223, like maybe cram the bitch full of a mix of two different super hot burning powders and then tamp it down a bit with a wooden dowel to get some more in, then woo hoo, have fun firing it out of an aluminum rifle, and we'll watch the web for your name in the Darwin Awards.
 

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So now gunkid is going to weigh cases or fill them up with water to get the case volume as he wants (the volume may be greater, but the case may also be weaker!) Sure gunkid. Your fantacy.
 
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