I am gathering components and was curious what you guys use for case trimming. I typically use the Little Crow, but curious what tool for proper length with the 338 Sherman.
Was planning to use a 30-06 die and a 35 Whelan die open the neck prior to sizing it back with the 338 Sherman die for the false shoulder. Will this work or am I missing something.
100 Peterson 270 brass enroute.
When you sized the necks back down to .338 did you use different bushings vice what you found for best accuracy?
Same size throughout the process?
Which sizes did you use for Rich's Hornady die?
I figure I can get this majority of the brass prep done while waiting on the barrel. Then wait and order dies to finish. Maybe able to get out first of the year for some fireforming...
Norma was soft enough that I didn't need to anneal. RWS required annealing. I don't know about Peterson yet.My concern would be three times working the neck before seating...Did you anneal each time. Figured I would go .30 to .35. Anneal and then size to .338.