Originally Posted by apexmtnman
Bart, you're preaching blasphemy here. Everyone knows that you. . . . .get better accuracy with neck sized only cases!
Don't make any bets on that unless your billfold's thicker than all the others on this planet.
Having been on long range international rifle teams with David Tubb and other Nat'l champs, record setters, etc. and talking with them about reloading tools and techniques, I know what type of dies they, and I, use.
Check with Sierra Bullets and find out what type of resizing dies they use on fired cases that shoot their best match bullets no worse than 1/4 MOA at 200 yards.
But you're 100% right on neck sizing. Of course one works the brass less by neck sizing. That is unless a bottleneck case neck has more surface area than its shoulder and body does.
Would you believe that some folks get better accuracy with new cases than full length or neck sized fired ones? And they've used them in competition winning matches and setting records with them out scoring folks who've used both full length and neck only resized cases?