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Thread: WTB 7mm rem mag dies

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    WTB 7mm rem mag dies

    Looking for neck, full length and seating. Not keen on Lee.

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    I got redding deluxe set from workshop innovations for $120 or something mate.
    Very good buying I thought.


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    Nice one. Thats what im looking at so far. Just seeing if anyone is moving some on.

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    I have three sets here, send me a pm if interested
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    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

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    Go Redding definitely Gibo they are awesome.

    Don't ask me about the 300 blkout set tho - I'm on my second full sizing die - but definitely my issue...

    I've had the lee's tweak the bottom of the case in close to 50% of the cases I put through before changing to redding - zero probs with Redding it seems the lee didn't quite have the right tolerances but after a good ream/sand with wet / dry sandpaper and clean and lube they're finally ok... not bending the belted bases. but I'll stick to the redding to process my Norma cases that's for sure...

    Oh BTW - 7 RM - since when did you see the light????? thought you were permanently orbiting planet 270?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpe Diem View Post
    Go Redding definitely Gibo they are awesome.

    Don't ask me about the 300 blkout set tho - I'm on my second full sizing die - but definitely my issue...

    I've had the lee's tweak the bottom of the case in close to 50% of the cases I put through before changing to redding - zero probs with Redding it seems the lee didn't quite have the right tolerances but after a good ream/sand with wet / dry sandpaper and clean and lube they're finally ok... not bending the belted bases. but I'll stick to the redding to process my Norma cases that's for sure...

    Oh BTW - 7 RM - since when did you see the light????? thought you were permanently orbiting planet 270?
    Ha ha yeah it couldnt do much the 308 doesnt do so got something with longer legsfor the long shots. Cheers for the info
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    Got a set of lees, unused. All yours make an offer. Also got brass and case trimmer.

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    Been offered a RCBS 3 die set for $150 with some worthless brass. What does the die set retail at? Cant find it anywhere. Are they any good?
    The Redding deluxe set is looking good still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    Been offered a RCBS 3 die set for $150 with some worthless brass. What does the die set retail at? Cant find it anywhere. Are they any good?
    The Redding deluxe set is looking good still.
    Full length size everything like you should, then you only need a two die set, $90 new for RCBS two die set, RCBS are the only dies I use,I load for all sorts for a number of people, their dies are straight and never give trouble.

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    If im spending 170 on brass i want it to have some legs. Ive had good accuraccy from neck sizing anyway. What makes you say i should full length only?

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    You dont have to full size, i use a lee collet on all the rifles i load for and even on my 7rm. Accuracy and ES is mint,shells chamber sweet.Just check that the shells fit before loading.


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    Brand new rcbs 7mm rem mag dies here $50

    Brand new Lee 7 mm rem mag dies here $30

    Both contain Full length sizer and seating dies
    A big fast bullet beats a little fast bullet every time

 

 

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