I did it ONCE. I DID bleed and woke up the rest of the occupants of the house at 5:45 a.m. as a result of my self deprecating invectives for being...
My first set of dies in .223 (and I am still .223) were RCBS Competition.
As above, a lot of run out observed after I got a tool for run out....
Go to the Berger site and follow their formula about finding best seating depth.
Every rifle and every bullet is different.
If you go with Greenlaw and will be using the Caldwell bottom, make sure you tell him that fact. He will make the center screw hole to fit the...
I have the tool with the wheel. A machinist pal tried it out and raised the wheel away and used his thumbs to rotate the case. So much for the...
I have used the Berger method with success.
Not to mention the separation of bullet from case issue.
Sounds good. It will shoot a lot better without that green boxed stuff in the lower left quadrant of the picture.
I would suggest a 17 caliber. As important is the size of the patch.
I like them. A bit difficult to adjust the rear vertical and windage, but I like them. I found that a consistent 6 o'clock hold best with these...
From my own experience, I would suggest 100 rounds of each you will be testing. The rifle needs to be cleaned before each change and...
THAT is not a good sign.
Ivey is a mom and pop shop. Perhaps they are away for a few weeks. I have two of their rods in Stainless steel and am very pleased with both.
It is not a stupid question. it has come to mind for everyone who has ever turned a neck.
If you have the tools to measure...
For starters, what is the twist?
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