Ah, yes, again the issue arises. . .full length sizing versus any other way.
Before I make further posts on this thread, I first want to know what the OP's accuracy objectives are. For example, consider these two scenarios with the same set of components (case, primer, powder and bullet):
One is, you shoot ten 5-shot groups testing your reloads made with process and tools in method A and the groups range from 1/10 moa to 8/10ths moa.
The other is, you shoot ten 5-shot groups testing your reloads made with process and tools in method B and the groups range from 1/10 moa to 5/10ths moa.
That's 50 shots testing both methods comprising different tools and methods. Statistically, an excellent test.
Which tool and process method meets your accuracy objectives?
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