Recent content by Winchester 69

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    Do David Tubb's Final Finish product work?

    Re: Do David Tubb's Final Finish product work? They don't clean up the barrels evenly as a mechanical lap does. They do more at the breach than at the muzzle.
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    Reloading kit for beginners?

    Re: Reloading kit for beginners? <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: BULLET SPONGE</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Lee classic kit gets you a scale.... </div></div> Debatable. The POS can get you killed.
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    Rookie loader upgrading equipment

    Re: Rookie loader upgrading equipment At the moment, you're more interested in being able to use the Wilson thingy for measuring run-out. Wilson will be able to tell you if you're pissing up a rope.
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    Reloading kit for beginners?

    Re: Reloading kit for beginners? <span style="text-decoration: underline">The</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">ABC's</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">of</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">Reloading</span> and Lyman's <span style="text-decoration...
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    Need a new scale.

    Re: Need a new scale. The Redding scale is two-poise; Dillon's is three-poise.
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    Rookie loader upgrading equipment

    Re: Rookie loader upgrading equipment Contact Wilson directly. If they have a problem, they'll want to know about it.
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    Need a new scale.

    Re: Need a new scale. Graf will charge actual shipping & insurance costs.
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    Need a new scale.

    Re: Need a new scale. The Dillon beam scale is a little cheaper than the RCBS 502. It is a three-poise design versus the 502's two poise design.
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    Charge Master 1500 value?

    Re: Charge Master 1500 value? Some people prefer to use two of them simultaneously to speed themselves up. If you're not seating bullets while the machine is dispensing, two would be a definite benefit. But then, you already know all of this.
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    reloading equipment HELP choosing

    Re: reloading equipment HELP choosing You need to do some reading. <span style="text-decoration: underline">The</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">ABC's</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">of</span> <span style="text-decoration: underline">Reloading</span> and...
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    Not what I expected....UPDATE

    Re: Not what I expected.... There is a misalignment in the fired case that's not being corrected by the neck die. After the bullet is seated, the run-out measurement is amplified. As Enios observed, a die that captures the case like the Competition Redding neck die and FL dies corrects the...
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    New to reloading - Need help with bullet seating

    Re: New to reloading - Need help with bullet seati <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">What am I doing wrong? </div></div> Nothing. It's not uncommon for factory barrels to have long chambers.
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    Wanted .44 mag 200gr barnes XPB start load H110 ?

    Re: Wanted .44 mag 200gr barnes XPB start load H11 Maybe the 200 gr bullet is the issue?
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    New to reloading: Please help me with my list!!

    Re: New to reloading: Please help me with my list Check with Sinclair for the accessories. The Satern funnels and Sincalir's caliber-specific loading blocks will prove convenient. Take a look at the different presses if you get a chance. You may see some difference between the RockChucker...
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    Inexpensive/Beginner Reloading Equipment??????

    Re: Inexpensive/Beginner Reloading Equipment? I've never used one nor even considered using one because the tool is incapable of achieving the desired results. I actually own a collection of these tools, but have chosen not to use them. There are better ways to learn than by copying...