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I was sorting through some once fired Brass that I had tumbled, and came across a piece of Winchester brass that was unusual. It is marked 'Winchester 45 Auto', but the flash hole is about twice the normal size. I remember hearing that Win-clean had a large flash hole or small primer, but I thought that had a different headstamp. Is this just a defect? Has anyone seen some like this before? Last, what if any are the potential problems with reloading? This was new Winchester brass that I loaded once, but obviously didn't have any problems. I'm tossing it, but would like to see if anyone could offer me some insight.

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D. King
 

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It's Winclean. I will take it if you are tossing it.
Let me know, Bill
 

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BillD:

The least you could do is drive up there and get that empty yourself! :biglaugh:
 

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The WinClean stuff I have, is Small Primer, and the headstamp is "Win NT 45 Auto" the flash hole looks a little larger.

At least, I think this is WinClean....
 
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