Originally Posted by marshal
They are not on the site yet, meplat is .057 and built with Niemi carbide dies. Corbin also has very good stuff. Marshal
Yes, marshall, thanks for jumping in.
During my investigations into doing it myself I priced those and some other dies. I pretty much choaked.
Am rootin' for your success.
bigngreen: its a good thing you're not spending your $ on corbin items. I'm confident it would, as it almost did me, take you down a road of gloom, dispair, agony and many days of chunking out bullets rather than spending the time outdoors. I came so close to buying Richard's lock-stock & barrel.
My next route was to contact benchrest die makers who make their 30 cal br bullets on Lee presses. The Lee portion was in my range. The dies were two and a half thousand dollars. Corbin's are a lot less and seem to have their problems.
I'm kinda thinking that right about now Paul thinks he has a tiger by a little bit below the tail.
PS: The secret is not 're-pointing' but point forming. This Richard had down to perfection also.