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Running on circles - 7 mm Rem Mag Reloading

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Unread 10-28-2011, 07:44 PM
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Re: Running on circles - 7 mm Rem Mag Reloading

I use win brass and primers with 160 gr accubonds pushed by rl22
have had great results with this combo
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Unread 10-29-2011, 10:53 PM
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Re: Running on circles - 7 mm Rem Mag Reloading

The redding competition die set is the way to go, I have them for the rem mag and love them. They allow you to resize the neck using bushings to get perfect neck tension. Get the redding competition shell holder set with this and case sizing will be very easy as well, you wont have to change your die between once fired brass and fired brass just use the shell holders. This die set also comes with a micrometer seating die which I feel is also extremely important to making consistand ammo. I prefer the 168 bergers over the amax simply because the bergers have lot numbers on them so you can buy a few or more boxes of bullets and insure that they are from the same lot which means all the bullets will be consistant.

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