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Help with reloading setup upgrade

 
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Old 11-29-2008, 08:24 PM
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Re: Help with reloading setup upgrade

for reference these are the sort of results I am getting from my .223 (100 yards)






I get similar groups from my Sako .243 but my loads for it display visible runout when rolled on a flat surface so I'm sure with better equipment I could tighten it up some more
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Old 11-30-2008, 12:23 AM
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Re: Help with reloading setup upgrade

Forster Co-Ax press and Wilson trimmer.

All Forster seating dies (with or without the micrometer adjustment) have the sliding alignment sleeve, but only the Competition series of Redding seater die has it (with the micrometer adjustment). If you want the micrometer adjustment, there's not much practical difference, but if you don't, you can save money with the Forster dies.

And if you use a Forster co-ax press, the Forster dies come with Forster lock rings that work very well with the co-ax press. The Redding lock rings do not work well in a co-ax.

Andy
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