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New toy available from LEE

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by tackstrp, Apr 3, 2010.

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  1. tackstrp

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    thanks RC ordered the gadget from midway and a lee sizing die. . almost as cheap to just order the three die set.
     
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    ran about 50 reloads thru my new Lee Factory taper crimp die. Could feel all of them getting somoothed out. Then tested all on a Wilson case gauge for headspace. Had two that would not seat fully. I plan on saving those and will remove powder primer etc and test on the new lee gadget when it comes in . Golly bum . if it works as i hope, will do all my cases. so would be sized and the bulge taken out. Or so i hoope . Will find out .

    Thanks for the assistance.
     
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    I've heard that is a good tool, just remember, the brass might be weaker because of the original bulge and will probably have a shorter reloading life span...
     
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    Wow! I predicted the future in that other thread about the .380......LOL!!!
     
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    i ran over 500 resized and deprimed tumbled 380 auto brass through the lee bulge buster. Most can push with finger. rest need a bump from the primer arm to push.

    Amazed how many need a bump. sure will have fewer failure to fire or feed.
     
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