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Old May 6, 2013, 05:03 PM   #18
F. Guffey
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Then there is transferring, transferring dimensions of the chamber to the press. I eliminate the conflict between seating, off the lands and crimping, then there is COL, case overall length, some refer to the term as COAL, coal, case over all length. Again, I do not surround myself with a pile of nice to have tools, I transfer the dimensions of the chamber to the seating die when I adjust the seating die.

I made a seating tool that did does not have a die body, it has case neck and shoulder support, it is near impossible to wad the case up below the crimp unless the crimp is applied after the bullet is seated. Then we go back to Lyman when they were the sight company and now Dillon, both thought seating and crimping was a bad habit, again I use a transfer to adjust the seating die.

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