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I never hurts to check everything you can during the reloading process. The more precise you can be the better your reloads will turn out.
Thanks for the replies. I was gifted this RCBS Case Guage tool, so I might as well put it to use. At least it lets me know I'm not scewing up too badly!
Posted 04 April 2006 - 08:44 AM
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DITTO Second on that list is those that seat the bullet to far out of the case.The bullet needs to be seated atleast the dept of the bullet diameter.That is to say if you are seating a .224 bullet, that bullet needs to be seated at least.224 deep into the case. This will help to lessen bullet runout and start the bullet straight into the lands.Yes: Thanks John.Even though I thought I bought one of the best Die set's, (Hornady).They were over sizing my Brass, we compared them to Johns Redding dies and it is a noticable/Measurable differance. Needless to say I sold the Hornady's and bought Redding
But the biggest fault I see the average reloader making is in using different manufacture cases in the same batches
Posted 05 April 2006 - 01:49 PM
Posted 05 April 2006 - 02:35 PM
The RCBS Rock Chucker Master Reloading Kit . It has everything you'll need to start except the dies.
What is a good reloader for someone like me that wants to get into reloading?
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