Re: Neck turning
Budman, I have a RCBS Case Master that I like pretty good. Good tool for measuring bullet runout and such. I have heard that the Sinclair is superior to the RCBS.
I mostly just resize, use my K&M Expandiron, and seat them with a Forster BR die.
I can usually get bullet run out down to about .002 or less for the most part. I feel that is largely due to the Forster dies and the Expandiron. If I get a bullet with .004 runout or more, I will try the neck turner. But, I havent noticed alot difference afterward. Maybe shaving a .001 or so off the bullet runout.
Like I said, Iam not sure Iam doing my part though. Maybe I should run all the cases through the Case Master before I load them. I think that is what you are doing.
I also use standard brass. No Norma, Lapua, and such. Win., Fed., etc.
When you say, 60%-70% cut, are you refering to the lenghth of the neck, from the case mouth to the shoulder, or the actual amount of brass you are cutting "into" the neck??
Thanks for all the responses. I might figure this out one day!! [img]images/icons/shocked.gif[/img] ..sakofan..
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