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Old November 24, 2012, 12:48 PM   #11
45Colt_Man
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Per the Dillon website, all their revolver dies use the accu-crimp die.

The accu-crimp is a two-stage crimp die. It starts with a taper crimp, which is sufficient for lighter loads. If a firmer crimp is needed, adjust the die down further. This applies a roll crimp on top of the taper crimp, giving a firm grip on the projectile.

You will want the roll crimp.

Dana
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