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    Neck sizing problem

    Hi guys, just neck sized some 270 cases using Lee dies. The bullet almost drops right into the case. Any suggestions?
    Tusker

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    You need to adjust the die, just follow the Lee instructions as you don't have the die correctly adjusted and set up.
    I take it that you are using the collet die or have you just backed out the F/L die slightly?
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    I know what "8x57" says seems radical but do wonder why people do NOT read and follow instruction then they ask for help/advice and give only a fraction of the information needed to offer any meaningful advice .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brithunter View Post
    I know what "8x57" says seems radical but do wonder why people do NOT read and follow instruction then they ask for help/advice and give only a fraction of the information needed to offer any meaningful advice .
    +1 on that.

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    Also note the different set up for presses that go over centre, and those that don't.

    Neil.

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    Thanks for the replies guys,sorted now. I just was not giving it enough welly on the handle
    Tusker

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    Collet die then !

    Took me a couple of goes to get the effort right but worth it in the end.

    Andy.

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