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Reloading 22 TCM

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by natoround, Aug 8, 2013.

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  1. natoround

    natoround Member

    Aug 8, 2013
    I am still waiting for the 1000 sets of dies Hornaday is producing to ship to the vendor so I can buy a set. Meanwhile I'm getting interested in running down components in case this drags on. If the dies are released and there aren't components I'm still stuck. I know it can't be impossible to do with the right stuff. Can I use a neck only .223 die? I called Lee about a custom set and they aren't doing any until later this year even though its a standardized "custom" order. Hornaday replied with wait on the 1000 die order release. So here I am...

    Here are the bullet sizes if anyone has a source or suggestion.
    .223 at base .470.5 tall 40.3 grains
    Powder of opened round was a small ball type that weighed in at 9.5 grains.
    Primer measures the same as a small pistol and not as tall as a .223 primer.
    Anyone got any suggestions on this?
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