Thread: Crimping Cases
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Old October 13, 2012, 05:46 PM   #4
Pond, James Pond
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I had a hellish time getting to grips with crimping. My loads were (and still are) .38Spl and .44Mag, so almost the same as yours.

Personally, I too have gone for a seperate crimp die.

I can't imagine the different grades of stress-induced insanity/profanity I'd have inflicted on my wife (She would have heard me all the way from my garage at the end of the road!) had I needed to get the crimp and OAL just right with the same die!!

For the cost of that single die, I'd say get it...
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