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Painless300

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Will be very interested to see the results after shooting the outliers vs the rounds that were in the normal curve. Would also been cool to see the results if you would have lubed the necks of the new brass you seated.
 

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Also, I am extremely impressed with the seating accuracy of the AMP. I am assuming it seats by the ogive. I always have to sneak up on my seating depth by backing my die out a few thou and running it through a few times adjusting the dies as I go. Probably my crappy bras prep!
 

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Seating force should equate to bullet release. Consistent bullet release is the key. I’d never be able to afford such a press.
 

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Had to spend my reloading money on a new tractor so my up grades have to wait
 
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PddPdd

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Orkan,

Thanks for sharing the information! Can't wait to see the results on paper.

What press were you previously using to seat with? What tolerance were you seeing with that press?

Thanks again!
 
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