Re: Decapping .375 CheyTac as separate step
Yall do know RCBS makes universal depriming and decapping dies, right? They offer 2 different ones. They are .22-.25 cal & .27-.45 caliber. I have both and they work like a champ. I always deprime my brass before cleaning them, as a seperate step. It is always the first step I do, then I sonic clean, then tumble & polish, then reload. I find depriming first helps clean up the primer pockets alot better.
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