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Calling them high brass would be an understatement. Head stamp just says Fiocchi Italy. Side of brass has “Super Fiocchi” stamped on it.
Good hulls, make a nice roll crimped slug. I bought about a 100 of them primed a while back from a fellow loader. I’ve yet to see hulls like them anywhere for sale. Just curious if any of you all had ever seen them or used them
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I through the ones I had away. You can not size them on a sizemaster or the stand alone supper sizer.
You can size them on a Jr. If you have a long enough handel.😈

They are adout 1/16 to 1/4 to long to size all the brass.
 

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They do not resize in any MEC with a super-sizer and the same with the RIO's with the high brass
 

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They look like pigeon load hulls
 

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I have some of them someplace in the basement. They came in a SWAG bag many years ago when 1 1/4 oz loads were allowed for FITASC. They were loaded with nickel plated 7 1/2 shot and made for terrific sharptail and prairie chicken loads.
 

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I through the ones I had away. You can not size them on a sizemaster or the stand alone supper sizer.
You can size them on a Jr. If you have a long enough handel.😈

They are adout 1/16 to 1/4 to long to size all the brass.
I toyed with a few of them when they started showing up several years ago. You can put them in a Supersizer and get nearly all the metal hull sized 'cept that last 1/16", but if you remove the post and drop it back down, it will get that last bit. PITA, but possible if they are the last hulls on the planet.
 
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