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Leaving false shoulder for fireforming?

 
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Old 01-30-2006, 12:03 PM
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Re: Leaving false shoulder for fireforming?

Thanks Fifty, I was hoping you would chime in with an answer like that! Good I will send you some cases when it gets closer to go time. One other question to see if I am on the right track. So now when I am necking down and trying to keep that shoulder angle consistent I will need to set up the 6.506 die so that it sizes all of the neck but without touching the shoulder. I have just played around with it and it seems that there is a very specific die setting that will neck down the case without touching the shoulder or leaving a small "hump" In other words leaving no false shoulder?
Thank a lot

PS I know this project is still a good time away but I'm too excited, I've got to be doing something with it! I figured I could at least prep some brass every now and then!
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