Re: Question about seating the bullet straight
They are ok...
Far superior to the standard seating dies that are basically a cup on teh end of a bolt like the RCBS and others, inferior to the various inline seating dies... redding foremost among them. If you are seating longer bullets for caliber, they work well, and since this thread has TIR (total indicated runout... as I have never heard of RO before) in the title, in this regaurd they do well. Not as precisely adjustable as the micrometer inline seating dies for sure, but ive loaded some very precise ammo on them... under .002 virtually all of the time, most under .001"... when seated by rotating the case as the bullet is seated as above. Though, I don't usually go 4-5 steps in seating. Usually 2-3, and if a spin on the Neco goes well, I get to cranking the handle.