Thanks for the information about the .308 dies, I have reloaded years ago, but it's been a long time since my brother and I reloaded rifle rounds so this was a refresher course. I will be picking up a set of full length dies since I ususally pick up range brass, used brass at gun shows and online. Reloading 30 carbine, I regularly mic the cases to make sure they still fall within the case limits. Once I pick up some more powder I will be loading .308, 32 win Special, .41 mag and 30 carbine. I need to check powder selections for each caliber yet, so need to get a copy of the latest reload manual. Thanks again
One other thought: do you find the .308 cases stretch a lot and need to be trimmed to length, or does the full length dies correct this the majority of the time?