Perhaps but wondering if the cases were virgin when you reloaded... We know that every time you fire a round, the case stretches a bit... Just wondering if the cases were reloaded several times before or perhaps you bought reloads when you purchased and one does not know the history of the shell casing when one does that - just some food for thought...
I use .45acp reloads most of the time and have never seen a split casing before on the reloads I use... If your powder charge is within limits, my money would be on stretched cases for whatever reasons...
They wouldn't have been reloads if they were virgin brass.
They were all once fired brass. The strange part is that they were good until recently as I get closer to using the last of them.
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