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Old February 21, 2012, 09:37 AM   #26
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I have always sized cases to fit the rifle that I'm loading for . Just keep screwing the die down till you get the shoulder bump that fits your chamber and load away . Once you find the sweet spot , you can turn to neck sizing , for extended case life , if you wish , it's been known to help accuracy too ! All any of those measuring tools do is get your brass to SAMI specs , they are still not sized to your chamber . I've been reloading since 1967 without any oal gauges or comperators , and my ammo is just as accurate as any made with these aids , and I get Maximum case life too ! There is a learning curve to reloading and experience is the best teacher ! Just stay within the parameters in your manuals and you'll be fine .
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