Fellow reloaders, After loading around 3,000 rounds without any problems, I have come across a couple of issues I would like to get some feedback on. My favorite recipe is 5.0 grs of WST pushing a 200gr JFP from Montana Gold. Last time I shot some of my reloads with S&B brass, my G36 failed to chamber a couple of rounds. When I took the rounds out, the bullet was completely pushed in. Today I tried to load some S&B brass and since I had the experience before, I tested the loads by putting some pressure on the bullet and they slid inside the case completely without any effort. This does not happen with any other brass I load (Win and PMC mostly). The batch of S&B brass has been loaded 3 times and I did not have a problem with my G21 or G30 before. However, it's obvious the blame is on the rounds loaded on S&B brass, not the gun. Why would this brass lose so much neck tension? Is there anything I can do? I tried crimping some more but it didn't work. You can push the bullet in by just applying little pressure with the finger. I can also pull the bullet out with my bare fingers. I also have another question. I have a couple of batches of Winchester and PMC brass that has been loaded 3-4 times and I don't have the distinctive feel that occurs when seating the primer. How do I know when the primer pocket is too loose? At shich point should I toss the brass? Look forward to your comments. Hopefully Jack and Fred will also chime in... Wanna kill these ads? We can help!