Originally Posted by goose
Thanks for the heads-up. Hopefully we can sort things out. Any suggestions for what brand of a custom die?
actually a couple ways to handle the situation. Hopefully you have several once fired cases laying around (unsized)
* You can send the once fired cases back to Forster's custom shop, and they'll make you a set of die to fit the chamber. I know that Lee offers the same service as well. If you got plenty of time and money, you can have a set built by Neil Jones.
* Or you can buy a set of blanks (Newlon), and have somebody like Shilen ream them for you.
I think I'd send some cases to Forster and have them build a bushing die and a seater to fit you chamber. They take about six weeks, and cut the die to size the case about .002". How Lee does it, I can't say. But probably similar. Last time I checked you could buy a custom die set from Forster or Lee cheaper than a regular bushing die set from Redding. I call that a "win,win" situation!