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Redding Pistol Dies-Titanium or Carbide

 
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Old 09-16-2008, 08:36 PM
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Redding Pistol Dies-Titanium or Carbide

Just wondering if anyone has Redding pistol dies in Titanium? Are the dies worth the extra money over the regular carbide they offer?
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Old 09-18-2008, 03:17 AM
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Re: Redding Pistol Dies-Titanium or Carbide

I have the pro series comp set in 357 and 44 which have the titanium sizers.

It is smooth, but I don't discern much of a difference. I would not spend the extra cash; mine was part of the set as I wanted the comp seater and profile crimp die.

Nice, but not necessarily worth it.

WL
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Re: Redding Pistol Dies-Titanium or Carbide

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Just wondering if anyone has Redding pistol dies in Titanium? Are the dies worth the extra money over the regular carbide they offer?
My preference is for their titanium carbide dies for pistol and straight-walled cartridges.
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