Originally Posted by cowboy
Broz: The lights have turned on - I think I now understand the redding principle. Thank you!!! I have a son that talked to what he thought was a pretty no BS redding guy at the SHOT SHOW and that he said that they are starting to get away from "neck sizing " and bumping the shoulders back .001-.002 every time. I'm a neck size guy that only bumps back when the bolt tells me to but may have to try a set of these holders.
Once you start to use this method, you will see how you have control of the shoulder location. I only neck size too. But I also can run them through a seperate "body only" die using the correct stepped shel holder and only the ones that need it will be affected. This means I have very consistant cases each loading and I never get the occasional oops that one closed a litte tighter.
This process only sizes each part of the case the bare minimum. And doing it in two steps of sizing also helps with controlling the run out. I can honestly tell you my TIR at the o-give of the bullet averages .0005"
Try it , you'll like it..