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Old May 7, 2002, 03:15 PM   #10
Joe Portale
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Join Date: June 8, 1999
Location: Tucson, Arizona Territory
Posts: 715
Well folks, I must disagree that Dillon dies are smoother to use. I have a collection of all sorts of dies, Dillon, Lee, RCBS, Hornady, Lyman and so forth. And there is one thing that I have learned:
every one of the makes could use a nice light polishing with Flitz. In fact when I buy a set of dies, I polish the innards before they ever see a round. My polished Lee 357 Sig steel runs just as well as a Dillon set. I recommend that everyone get out the Flitz and polish their dies. Your opinion on this is yours, just like I have mine. But a little Flitz and about twenty minutes to save $75 that could be spent on bullet, primers and powder, it's worth the effort.
Joe Portale
Tucson, Arizona Territory

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