Starting to reload for Grandpa's old 270 Weatherby. Anyways I'm considering a neck sizer for it. But not sure if I'd be better off full length sizing because of the double radius shoulder. Any tips?
She's at the gun Smith right now. I found a Bell and Carlson stock at the gun show for 150 for the German Weatherby! So I figured that would keep the factory wood all pretty. I asked the smith to check the twist. I guess I'll find out when I get it back.
I went ahead and bought some 130 Nosler Ballistic Tips to play with. No Accubonds to be had. So I figured these would work on paper. And get me sort of close then I'll try the Accus.
Probably will get the Forster Match die with the neck sizer. That or Redding has a three die set, seater, and the two sizing dies.
Should I be crimping these rounds? Also what about neck tension dies like the ones Redding has.
I went to try and load today to find that the Weatherby dies had been placed in the 270 Winchester box that's at my dad's house 90 miles away lol! Couldn't figure why the Weatherby brass wouldn't fit into the sizing die! Oh well...