I just recently recieved my brand new redding type S full length sizing die . I have been treating it like GOLD . But the other day I got out the Hornady one shot soaked my rem. brass down at ALL angles let it set 4 or 5 minutes in the sun (92 degrees atleast) . Took em into the house and on about the 4th one I bowed up on it (dumb me) when I went to pull it back down it RIPPED the rim on both sides clean off. I had to bite my tongue
. Any ways I just tried to get it out , luckely about three years ago my dad gave me a redding stuck case remover kit. I had a hard time trying to remove the case , it wanted to spin while in the press . So I decided to take off the lock ring and install the die back into the press then run it all the way down until nearly out of threads on the top side of the press . Then from the bottom side of the press I re installed the lock ring onto the die , this way when I took the (baby) allen wrench I could turn it and the die wouldn't move . Just thought I would share this with you all and how it worked out pretty good for me
How many of you guys use Hornady Stuck Shot
Thanks for looking.........