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Old August 30, 2012, 06:03 PM   #52
jcwit
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And if you don't want to use them that's fine with us. But don't put us in the same boat as you and tell us if we adjusted our dies correctly we wouldn't need the FCD either. As I said before there are other reasons to use the FCD even if you don't see it.
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And if you don't want to use them that's fine with us. But don't put us in the same boat as you and tell us if we adjusted our dies correctly we wouldn't need the FCD either. As I said before there are other reasons to use the FCD even if you don't see it.

Exactly. As stated before, using mixed range brass that may or may not be bulged is one such reason.
Please reread my post #31, covers the above.

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As I said before there are other reasons to use the FCD even if you don't see it.
I see it, really I do, I just see no need for it. I realize thats hard for those sold on the FCD to comprehend. But such is life.

BTW Bulged brass from range pick-ups is taken care of when resized. I must have the magic sizer die.

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