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30-378 reloading questions

 
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Old 03-29-2011, 03:19 PM
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Re: 30-378 reloading questions

Nope, I have its older brother, the 338-378...
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Re: 30-378 reloading questions

I have only used steel bushings.
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Nope, I have its older brother, the 338-378...
Very nice. Thanks again.
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I have both, I use both and I always lube both. Take your pick, I don't think it much matters either way but I wouldn't use either without lubing the necks. But, that's just me.
Sounds good . Thanks for advice B23.
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Re: 30-378 reloading questions

I use a .332" bushing no expander ball/button, just a retainer for the decapping pin. I prefer the coated bushings. I don't lube the necks.

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I use a .332" bushing no expander ball/button, just a retainer for the decapping pin. I prefer the coated bushings. I don't lube the necks.

James
Who makes those coated bushings? Never heard of that.
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Re: 30-378 reloading questions

Redding titanium nitride coated or RCBS tungsten disulfide.
You can find more about them on the Redding and RCBS website.

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