RCBS AR dies vs Redding vs other?
I've read a lot of reviews of .223 dies and am getting conflicting opinions. Some say their Redding dies are the best going. Others have given very poor reviews. Same thing for the RCBS dies, including the AR dies. Some swear BY them, others swear AT them. I've always used RCBS for .38 spl and .30-06 and am happy with them.
Any experience with either of these on this forum? What about the Dillon carbide dies? They are ferociously expensive, but if they simplify the job they might be worth it.
I'm not a competitor, so I don't need bench rest accuracy. I think if I could get <2 MOA I'd be happy, <1 I'd be ecstatic.
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