Re: Redding Competition Seater ?
These are great bullet seating dies and I have one for everything I load for. On the top of the die there is a hole with an allen screw in it. Turning this screw with the provided allen wrench will change the seating depth without moving the micrometer setting. For example, if you wanted your 0 setting on the micrometer to be the seating depth that is touching lands, you would turn the micrometer to 0, then while holding the top of the micrometer so it wont move, either increase or decrease your seating depth by adjusting the screw. That is what I normally do with mine, I set them so that the micrometer reads "0" when the bullet is touching the lands, so if I want to back off 20 thous, I just turn the micrometer 20 thous and I'm there. I hope that explains it, let me know if you have any other questions.