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338/300 RUM or EDGE if you prefer

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Unread 01-28-2009, 11:38 PM
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338/300 RUM or EDGE if you prefer

I am ordering a PPG 338/300 reamer and dies from redding for the same. I don't necesarly need to reinvent the wheel here. I previously got responses to go with .369 neck and will probably go that route. I will also probably go with a redding bushing die with a .366 bushing and experiment from there. The question is does anyone have specific ordering numbers/print numbers that work well together. Thanks..... LAZY..labs
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    Unread 01-31-2009, 05:07 PM
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    Re: 338/300 RUM or EDGE if you prefer

    My 338/300 RUM reamer is from PTG I had it ground with a .366 neck . I turn the necks to .363 and a neck size bushing -.002 0r .363 this works for me. Most don,t turn the necks at all and they shoot great.
    Ken
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    Re: 338/300 RUM or EDGE if you prefer

    Opp's I meant a bushing size of .361.

    Ken
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