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Redding Competition Bullet Seater question

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by mtho, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. mtho

    mtho

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    the "matched" sets of dies comprising of: Lee "U" Sizing Decapper Die, Redding Competition Bullet Seater, and Lee Factory Carbide Crimp Die. This is usually referred to as the "Dream Die Set".

    I found this statement from another forum. any body here know about the redding Competition bullet seater and why is it considered the best?
     
  2. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    The advantage of the Redding Competition Seater is the ease of adjustment. Because of its micrometer adjustment knob you can easily list down your depth settings and go back to whichever setting you find most accurate/reliable.

    Magre-reload ka na rin ba?:supergrin:
     


  3. st. matthew

    st. matthew c_w@_u_need_2_c

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    ano mas maganda sa dalawa,lee U die or egw U die?

    ano nakuha mo mark, lee or dillon:supergrin:
     
  4. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Pareho lang. Yung EGW U is made by Lee.
     
  5. ess45

    ess45

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    I have a Lee Factory crimp die but i don't use it.( i use lead in 95% of my reload, even in Glock and HK with stock barrels , but then i only load light)

    EGW u die is also made by Lee.
    I don't use u dies. The regular resize/decap die works for me.

    Have no experience with Redding. If you are going to reload lead, it may not work as advertised, i think, except for the ease in adjusting OAL.