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Old December 2, 2000, 06:06 PM   #8
WESHOOT2
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Join Date: February 20, 1999
Location: home on the range; Vermont (Caspian country)
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johnwill, didn't say you couldn't load quality ammo.

But if someone is buying new, why not buy the very best?
(you might try the Redding die and see it tighten your groups)
I own every brand of die, but I think these two I've recommended are the best there is.
The Lee won't make 'better' ammo, it's just feed-reliability insurance...
The Redding will tighten any wheelgun group, just because of how it works.
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