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Article on "Determining Bullet Seating Depth"

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Article on "Determining Bullet Seating Depth"

This article came of Sinclair Intl's website for thei reloading tools. great article and Len should make it a sticky.

Great how to article for different methods of finding the lands and determing seating depth.

http://blog.sinclairintl.com/2009/03...seating-depth/

BH

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    Re: Article on "Determining Bullet Seating Depth"

    BountyHunter, do you use the Sinclair Tool? I have used some of their tools over the years and have found them to be high quality but this one sounds like a lot of work. I use the Stoney Point (Hornady) and tap my own fired cases.
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    Re: Article on "Determining Bullet Seating Depth"

    I had the hornady/stony points, but they are too fragile and require the same "touch" to get to work accurately.

    I use the sinclair mainly.

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