Re: 338 lapua redding neck sizing dies?
Ha! Everything is damn near impossible to find. Redding has both bushing and non-bushing neck dies. The bushings allow you to tailor your dies to the minimum amount of neck sizing needed - you can refine your neck tension and avoid overworking your brass. It is basically a little cylinder that acts as a removable "neck portion" of the die. Imagine a FL die that ends at the top of the shoulder, and you can connect a custom top on it to constrict the neck however you want.
Do you have a box with a set # on it? If not, what is stamped on the die itself? Someone here (maybe even me) might be able to tell you, or you can email Redding direct as their tech service is top-notch.
Or, take the upper assembly off the die and stick a piece of brass in the bottom. If the neck doesn't get compressed, it is a bushing die! If you need your press to get it to go in, non-bushing!
I have a body die I might trade for a car, or your kids or something . . . Or, maybe the most valuable commodity known to the common man - 22LR. Crazy times.