Re: Resizing bolt action fired brass?
You'll stir up a debate here, as there's adherents to both froms of sizing. Yes, if you neck size only, you'll need to full length resize at some point to assure the rounds will chamber. Call it every fourth or fifth firing, depending on how eccentric your chamber is (and they all are, to some degree), so you'll need a full length die regardless of which you choose. Those who champion the N/S only approach claim better accuracy and extended brass life. Those who prefer F/L sizing are likely more concerned about 100% functionality. Properly done, F/L sizing isn;t any harder on brass than N/S, and it does assure positive functioning. It also has no drawbacks in the accuracy department, and F/L sizing can and does result in ammo every bit as accurate as N/S only, if done properly.
Shooting a bolt gun, you've got some options here. In many action types, lever guns, autoladers, etc., you have to F/L resize, or you'll have serious functioning problems.
I'd strongly recommend the F/L approach, but there's others who'll differ with that opinion.
Let the debate begin.