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#6519777 - 10/31/16 11:33 AM collet vs full length dies
Matt Hejl Offline
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Registered: 05/17/11
Posts: 347
I know alot of folks have went to collet neck resizing as much as they can, but when do you have to or when do you choose to do a full-length resize?

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#6519843 - 10/31/16 12:09 PM Re: collet vs full length dies [Re: Matt Hejl]
RiverRider Offline
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Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 7107
Loc: Wise Co.
After using the collet die, check to make sure the cases will chamber in your rifle. If they do, then you're probably good to go.
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#6519975 - 10/31/16 01:11 PM Re: collet vs full length dies [Re: Matt Hejl]
603Country Offline
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Registered: 07/03/12
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Loc: Central Texas
When a fired case chambers snugly, I'll FL resize. My normal 223 reloads are moderate, so I can go a while before FL sizing. My 220 is loaded to the max, so I just FL size each time. I like the Collet Die. I'll even run new cases through it to make sure the necks are right before loading them up.

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