LRH Team Member
- Mar 2, 2011
I use a Lee collet neck sizing die and a Redding body sizing die for my 300.I only have the 1 300wm so I don't do a full length, just neck. It's been loading just fine but the site states it will increase brass life, so that caught my attention.
You're totally right. I don't shoot it that often but ordered a new chassis for it and plan on doing more shooting.I use a Lee collet neck sizing die and a Redding body sizing die for my 300.
You will sooner or later not be able to chamber your rounds because the area just above the belt is not touched by the body die.
Maybe you can get by without it if your load is mild.
I have used the Larry Willis die for 10 years now for my 3 win mags. Definitely helps extend my brass life.
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