They are expensive, but they are also very accurate in every rifle that I've tried 'em in. I've not used them on game yet, so I can't tell you how well they expand/hold up/etc.
They do seem to 'pull' more easily from case necks than any other bullet I load, so I use the Lee Factory Crimp on any reloads that I make with the TSX's. Also, if you *do* use a crimp with them, you may have to fiddle around a bit to get a good seating depth *if* you try to use one of the grooves as a cannelure (as I do).
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