Diffference in 6mm Dasher's

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  1. dhenry132

    dhenry132

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    I have looked and can not really find the answer I"m looking for.
    Can someone set me straight. I'm thinking about building a 6mm Dasher.
    Question is, Is there any difference between the 6mm Norma Dasher and 6mm Dasher?
    Thanks for setting me straight in advance.
     
  2. Terry

    Terry Gold $$ Contributor

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    There is a Norma brass with a long neck sold by bullets.com / Grizzly. It requires a different reamer. The standard Dasher is made from 6BR brass and has a shorter neck.
     
  3. Shawnba67

    Shawnba67 Silver $$ Contributor

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    About 0.050 in brass length. Norma dasher is 1.605ish
    BR brass is 1.555ish
     
  4. Don

    Don Gold $$ Contributor

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    The trouble maybe ??? No more 6mm Norma Brass ?? :eek:

    Check bullets.com site :mad:
     
  5. dhenry132

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    Thanks for everyone's help
     
  6. NCVarhtr

    NCVarhtr Gold $$ Contributor

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    Bullets.com is showing it "in stock"
     
  7. Zero333

    Zero333 Gold $$ Contributor

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    If one has the standard 6-Dasher chamber, can they just trim the Norma Dasher brass and go from there ???
     
  8. 22DASHER

    22DASHER Gold $$ Contributor

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    Yes. I have done it with great success.
     
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  9. Zero333

    Zero333 Gold $$ Contributor

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    Thanks. I thought so but wanted to make sure.
     
  10. Randfal

    Randfal Silver $$ Contributor

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    Yes to the trim question. No problems.
     

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