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Unread 05-22-2010, 11:51 PM
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338 edge brass

im looking at moving 2 338 edge i have 100 or so 300 rum cases can i neck up and use them or are they useless

and dies i see lots of ppl using all sorts can i mod my 300 rum dies or buys 338rum dies or cut out the midlle man and get 338 edge dies?

thanks

lucas

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    Re: 338 edge brass

    No Sir...that's what the 338-300 aka Edge is all about. Push a 338 neck expander into the neck of a 300 RUM case.

    IMO....K&M and Sinclair both make nice expander mandrels that are better for concentricity then using the neck expander ball on a 338 RUM or 338 Edge FL sizing die.
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    Re: 338 edge brass

    rad thanks another tick in the yes colum
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