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    Which Dies would you get

    Iv'e been loading all my ammo for quite a few years in various calibers but recently been having a few problems with my .243
    i'm using RCBS die's at the moment have scrapped all my old brass and bought some Lapuer ive not changed my load for years Cos there's no need they shoot really well
    Im thinking of trying some new Dies BUT Which ones ?????

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    I'm new to reloading and I'm using Lee dies in an RCBS Rockchucker press loading .243 with very good results. So far have been using Sako cases and just neck-sizing.

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    I am relatively new to reloading and use 6.5 x 55 and 7mm-08 rounds, I have both Lee and rcbs dies and have to say the lee dies are easier to use for me

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    I only reload .22 hornet .243 and 30.06 all of my dies are lee except for my hornet seating die which is a rcbs competition seater they do ok for my hunting and farting around ammo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drag1 View Post
    Iv'e been loading all my ammo for quite a few years in various calibers but recently been having a few problems with my .243
    i'm using RCBS die's at the moment have scrapped all my old brass and bought some Lapuer ive not changed my load for years Cos there's no need they shoot really well
    Im thinking of trying some new Dies BUT Which ones ?????
    Redding

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    Redding, just the standard ones. no fiddling or messing with bushes.
    Last edited by Milligan; 04-10-2012 at 20:58.

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    redding competition dies, or redding s-type dies.

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    Forster FL dies are good; you can have the neck honed for the specific dimensions suitable for your loaded brass
    The seater dies are very good too, either the regular or micrometer version; and good value compared to the Redding custom competition seater

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    If cost isn't an issue, Redding. If it is, Lee. If they aren't available from Lee or Redding, then RCBS.

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    It's hard to imagine you've worn out your RCBS dies..?? Give them a good clean up and try them again before you spend the cash on new dies.
    Redding are good dies, but I've never had a problem with RCBS dies. ATB
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