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ATTN: 7mm Rem. Mag. reloaders

 
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Old 09-20-2010, 07:06 AM
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Re: ATTN: 7mm Rem. Mag. reloaders

Ok, its like this. I know how to measure brass to determine bushing size. Problem is, I haven't purchased any brass or factory ammo yet. I've never chambered a round in the rifle.

I wanted to place an order to get all the stuff I needed at one time.

Dies.
Bushings. (A couple of sizes)
Brass.
Bullets.
Precision Mics.
Case holder for my Wilson Trimmer.

I didnt to order all of the above except for the bushings. I hate to wait for one order to arrive, only to place another after measuring the brass. Been down that road before. Thats why I was hoping you guys could shed some light.

Where I live, you can't just run to the sporting goods store and expect to pick up whatever size bushings you would like.
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Old 09-20-2010, 02:02 PM
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"...what is the most common sized bushing used?"

You are asking more than we can possibly deliver. Not only is that information not available to us, it wouldn't mean a thing to you if we did. All that will matter to YOU is how thick the necks in the cases you get will be. And we don't know that either.

I use Lee Collet Neck sizers for factory chambers and unturned brass and don't bother with bushings of any size.

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Old 09-20-2010, 03:18 PM
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Re: ATTN: 7mm Rem. Mag. reloaders

Boomtube,

I've already stated twice that I will be purchasing several different sizes. Simply for that reason.

Thanks to Broz and coyotezapper. You guys gave me the answer I was looking for.
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Re: ATTN: 7mm Rem. Mag. reloaders

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Thanks guys! That will get me started on the right foot...

Are any of you using H-1000? I have quite a bit on hand so I figured I would start there with either a 168gr. Berger or maybe a 160gr. Accubond.
I use H 1000 & 160 Gr Accubond. Very accurate load, in my 7MM Rem Mag.
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