Re: Body Die or Full Length Die for Shoulder Bump?
Thanks for the replies.
At present, I am not turning necks. I told my gunsmith what my experience was with handloading so he did not ream as tight a tolerance as he might normally have done for such a weapon. Though a tighter neckchamber than any factory gun, it is not to benchrest standards.
I like the idea of a body die, simply to keep from overworking the brass. Like you said, abinok, I have a proven tool for neck tension, even though it may invlove another step in my case prep. Then again, I throw charges from a silver spoon so taking a little extra time isn't much of an issue.........Thanks again!! Jim R