Micron Precision Dies

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I've been using these for sizing dies for a while now, and they are really nice. Easy to use, consistent, basically zero runout. A significant step above Whidden. I've not use the SAC sizers, so I can't comment about them.

Yesterday I received two seating dies from them and Holy Shit are they nice. I'd been using the SAC, which I will still use because it is awesome, but the Mircron are at least as nice, and "available" in other than just 308 casehead. They are, like the SAC, not a sleeved die, but unlike the SAC they are cartridge specific. Very good stuff.
 

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I too have been using their seater dies and they are really really good. I recently picked up one of their arbor dies and as you would expect it is top shelf.
 

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    Has anyone found a workaround for an expander button on the micron dies?
     

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    I'll answer my own question. RCBS, Redding, and Whidden decapping rods and expanders fit this die.

    I ordered a Whidden decapping assembly and a .241 button. Works very well with the Micron sizer, and I still get less than a half thou runout on sized necks.