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Old August 31, 2012, 09:28 AM   #62
dahermit
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As I've stated, I have not had the need for the Lee FCD. I'm not saying that it isn't helpful for others either. My concern would the post sizing of cast lead rounds. Bullet fit is critical if you want to keep leading to a minimum. I would think that post sizing may lead to increased leading. Has anyone had any issues in regard to this?
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This is one of those things on the net that I have seen written with a "could" or "might" many many times, but have never actualy seen a firsthand report of a problem....
Anyone?
I only shoot my own cast lead bullets. I had a problem with Lee FCD sizing down the bullets too far (pulled bullets were way undersized for the bores), in .38 Super, .357 and .45 Auto. I ended up removing the Carbide sizing ring and just using the die for crimping.
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