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Unread 03-09-2008, 08:45 AM
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Whoa, throwin a BS Flag here...
Magnum, are you seriously suggesting that use of redding dies alone will produce TIR <.001" in loaded rounds?
What the hell are you measuring with?


Also to the original poster, are we talking about RCBS or Redding concentricity gages?
all I see from Redding is for thickness variance, not concentricity.

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    Sorta agree with Mike> No seater, taken alone, can overcome bent necks. Of course a bad seater can defeat straight necks so it's a matter of sizing so the necks remain straight and then seating bullets straight into those necks.

    Again, neither a good sizer nor seater die, by itself, can do it. And bad loading technique can defeat the best of dies, press and brass.
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    Quote:
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    Whoa, throwin a BS Flag here...
    Magnum, are you seriously suggesting that use of redding dies alone will produce TIR <.001" in loaded rounds?
    What the hell are you measuring with?


    Also to the original poster, are we talking about RCBS or Redding concentricity gages?
    all I see from Redding is for thickness variance, not concentricity.
    I was on the Midway UAS site,and they show a Redding concentricity gage(item#311160),it could be a misprint though.Thanks for bringing it to my attention though,I will look into it before I buy one.
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    MidwayUSA - Redding Case Neck Concentricity Gage
    caseneckgauge.html

    This is what they show. It's for neck thickness etc.
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    If that's not what I am looking for,should I get an RCBS?
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    The RCBS is shown above and you can see a Sinclair model here. Welcome to Sinclair International's Online Store

    There are others but this gives you an idea of what they are and what they do.;)
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    The RCBS is shown above and you can see a Sinclair model here. Welcome to Sinclair International's Online Store

    There are others but this gives you an idea of what they are and what they do.;)
    Thanks for all the help!I wish I found this forum a long time ago,it would have saved me alot of time and money from learning the things the hard way.
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