Make sure you clean your die too
Candle wax work
You may be right. It's been a long time. The small nail file was for his trigger finger lol.
No. He was "pointing" his bullets with a file though
You can upgrade the cutter for a carbide one from Redding. I think there's 2 so check carefully before ordering. It's day and night
Mine is shooting the 130 ar hybrid great! Can't find the 140 hybrid here in Qc Canada too.
No problem. Are these ammunition for a life or death situation or just for some fun? I've done similar a couple time and never noticed a difference.
What kind of velocity are you getting with TB in the win mag? What kind of recoil? Just curious.
I got Nosler 204R brass on their 7th firing with stiff loads and they're still running strong... They've been sized properly though.
Based on my experience with both manufacturers the Savage's probably short throated while the Remington's EXTREMELY long throated.
Redding body die + Lee collet die and a couple different mandrel's size for me
Larry Willis's collet die when there's a need.
Merry Christmas from Canada
20* for 308
23* for 223
30* for 30br
Cci 450 is a good one also
Just check if you can replace the cutter with the Redding carbide one. I changed mine on a Frankford Arsenal.
My bad. There's so much different brands i gladly admit that i have not tried them all.
With the Redding die you'll have to use Redding's bushing. I heard the ones coated are better (more accurate). Myself i use the regular.
Peterson's made in the U.S. and imo just as good as Lapua.. cheaper by a good margin too. What's not to like?
I would sell them to someone with a factory rifle who don't mind and put it on the lesson learnt column.
Harvey deprimer with the small pin. Like that i can deprime and watch t.v. at the same time
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