I was shooting my 358win this weekend and one case did not want to chamber. Upon inspection it was clear I had deformed the shoulder while loading. So, my question is should I just pull the bullet and pitch the case or should I pull the bullet and re-size for use again?
I was thinking that perhaps this type of stress on the shoulder may cause it to weaken and collapse again easier and would be much different than say re-sizing a 308 case to 358 for the first time.
I have had this happen before with other calibers and just pitched the cases, however for the sake of discussion I thought I would throw this out for discussion as a possible safety issue if re-used....