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Reloading Rifle Dies

Dillon Die Set 223 Rem #10839

$269.00 incl GST

Dillon Reloading

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Rifle Dies

Description

Dillon Three-Die Rifle Die Sets include a sizing/ depriming die, a bullet seating die and a taper crimp die.
Dillon Two-Die Rifle Die Sets include a sizing/depriming die and a seat/crimp die.
Sizing/Depriming Die
The sizing/depriming die is full-length and precision-machined, sizing cases to fit semi-automatic and full-automatic rifles. To properly calibrate the size die, we strongly advise using a headspace case gage.
For high volume users, such as commercial reloaders, law enforcement agencies, and high power or service rifle competitors. Lubrication is still required, but the increased scratch resistance and die longevity of carbide are of great benefit to these groups of users. The depriming assembly includes a carbide expander ball for "squeak-free," effortless neck expansion. This expander ball is located in the middle of the depriming stem to take advantage of superior initial leverage for easier extraction. In the event of a stuck case, the design of the depriming assembly allows it to function as a stuck case remover.
Bullet Seating Die
Our bullet seating die is internally designed to keep the bullet straight throughout the seating process. Once properly adjusted, the only measurable runout will be that which is inherent in the bullet.
Taper Crimp Die
The taper crimp die is also designed to center both the case neck and the case body, resulting in a more consistent crimp over the whole cartridge. Dillon Rifle Dies are designed to meet the more rigid requirements for both accuracy and precision demanded by today's marksman. A taper crimp die is preferred for loading ammunition intended to be used in semiautomatic firearms with detachable box magazines, and in lever-action firearms with tubular magazines.

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