Thread: Lee crimp dies
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Old May 8, 2001, 03:38 PM   #8
Mike Irwin
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JT,

That's pretty much the reason why I'm considering the Lee die.

I've been getting misfeeds or problems chambering because of problems adjusting the crimping/seating die, so I figure that it would be easier, and more precise, to move the process to two steps since I have the extra die station.
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