Would like to reuse Casull brass that is not good for Casull pressure levels anymore
(too many reloads, next splits, etc.) in a regular .45 Colt Peacmaker type pistol. Anyone have, or know of anyone, with experience using .454 Casull brass cut-down to .45 Colt length for +P .45 Colt handloads? After trimming, would the the internal taper require neck reaming to seat a bullet? The stronger brass might take a little strain off the cylinder walls, but may not do any good as to back-thrust against the recoil shield.
Thank you for your advice.