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Old 04-18-2012, 05:46 AM   #9
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A really good way to ensure your reloads will always pass a gauge is pretty simple. Buy yourself a Lee factory crimp die and utilize it as the last step in your reloading process. The post sizing ring will catch those casings with slightly bulged heads ( usually from a loose or unsupported chamber) and resize the last few thousands to the head where your sizing die possibly not reaching. I'm not one to push Lee products in any way, but the LFCD is a winner and I gaurentee proper cycling if you decide to try it. A gauge will tell you there is a problem with an out of spec casing, it certainly doesnt fix the problem....
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