Lyman lube and sizing for .357

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by CANNONMAN, Jul 7, 2019.

  1. CANNONMAN

    CANNONMAN member

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    It's been awhile but the gun room is up and sort of running. I cast a couple of thousand .357 target rounds about 8 years ago. Then I just poured a lube of some sort on them tumbled and then punched them for size. Since I began using Lyman's lube and size. When adjusted I love this thing. I can't find All my paper work on this guy. For some reason I bought a .358 and a .355. I would love a bit of advice for these sizes. I shoot a bit of everything so I think I bought these for a good reason. These .357 are SWC and have three lube rings. Did I get something for a .40, 44, the 38 should be the same as the .357? Thanks.
     
  2. Yarddog

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    "These .357 are SWC and have three lube rings. Did I get something for a .40, 44, the 38 should be the same as the .357? Thanks."

    Is the 3rd lube groove a seating groove ? The 38's & s57's size the same for the same gun . Just got to slug & measure the cylinders ; )
    Y/D
     
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