Re: Need Advice on Concentricity Problem
Two ideas to offer:
1. When I changed from tangent to secant bullets , my Wilson in-line seater die skewed the loads more than I expected. I thought it impossible that the seating stem could be the source of the problem but when I replaced the tangent stem with the secant stem the problem went away.
2. With my Redding seating dies I occasionally get a errant concentricity reading on perhaps 5% of my loads. To remedy that I first start the bullet into the neck, remove any pressure and turn the round about 180 +/- degrees, and finish seating it. No more concentricity issues outside of specs.
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