What did it cost you to have custom dies made and how long did you have to wait?
How much is there to be gained from this process?
A small increase in case life because resized cases fit tighter in the chamber?
My goal is acceptable accuracy, say in the 1/4 to 1/2 MOA range, hopefully closer to 1/4 MOA, not a competition bench gun. I am confident I can achieve this goal with the components I have selected.
The law of diminishing returns (on your investment) comes in to play at some point.
The Redding dies are quality products.
That's what I was thinking, is my logic flawed?
Originally Posted by Boss Hoss
Interesting question-----just a thought but why not make the dies from the reamers? That is what I did with my 6.5 WSM.