Where to find .260AI dies?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by McKinneyMike, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. McKinneyMike

    McKinneyMike Well-Known Member

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    I am considering building a .260AI rifle, but not sure where to get quality dies for reloading. Any suggestions?
     
  2. Kevin Thomas

    Kevin Thomas Well-Known Member

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    Hey Mike,

    Haven't checked to make sure here, but I'd be absolutlely shocked to find that Redding didn't have 260 improved dies in their line. Ditto for RCBS. Shouldn't be a problem!

    Kevin Thomas
    Lapua USA
     

  3. McKinneyMike

    McKinneyMike Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Kevin I will check out Redding. Not too long ago, they were all custom only, so I never followed up on my build for a long time. I got the itch again though, so if they are indeed readily available, I am set.
     
  4. McKinneyMike

    McKinneyMike Well-Known Member

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    Well Redding does not list them so I will have to try something else. Hopefully Forster has dies for this caliber :)
     
  5. 406pat

    406pat Well-Known Member

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    I'm building a .260AI as we speak. Planning on using a Lee Collet die for it to neck size fire-formed brass. Anyone out there see a problem with that?
     
  6. McKinneyMike

    McKinneyMike Well-Known Member

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    Was hoping that I did not have to fire form brass. I may just give up and go with the standard 260 instead. I don't want to get into the cost of custom dies.