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Old December 17, 2012, 07:26 AM   #4
Sure Shot Mc Gee
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Lots of reasons could cause shell stickyness.

1. trim your brass to its >(minimum) acceptable tolerance.
2. consider using a Small base resizing die.
3. a headspace comparator gauge like the Hornady tool is nice to set your dies up with.
4. seat your bullets to their suggested cartridge OAL >(minimum.)

(To cut a die or shellholder) I myself wouldn't resort to such a draconian tactic to remedy this type of issue. Reason being: You would loose your dies lifetime warranty and there are a few other things you need to check out first.
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