Bullet seating die

just_jon

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Dec 1, 2019
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Newville, PA
I've taken a shine to the RCBS MatchMaster seating die and am in the process of replacing my non-micrometer seating dies. Micrometer adjustments are precise and white markings really stand out on the black die, I have had to use a flashlight to see the markings on silver colored dies like the Hornady Match Grade. Also love that you can drop a bullet into the die body and let it handle things from there. No more fumbling trying to align things in the press.
 

Tiny Tim

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Jan 26, 2015
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Lol. Three responses, three different answers. I vote Reeing competition or Forster. Just my .02
 

Jud96

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Jun 30, 2013
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Location
Michigan
I like and use Hornady dies. They’re very affordable and with the micro adjust top they’re super convenient and easy to use. I get CBTO measurements of +-.001 and runout that’s under .003 TIR with them. I will continue to use them until I have a problem with them. They’re only around $45 for a set and like $25 for the micro adjust top. They’re very affordable.
 

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