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Trade Rifle Dies

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by eric, Jul 22, 2009.

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  1. eric

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    HAVE: 308 Win Dies, brand new RCBS.

    NEED: 375 H&H Dies, RCBS.

    Trade my dies for yours plus cash if necessary. Your used dies are just fine and would also consider other brands except Lee. Please e-mail me if you have some to trade.

    Eric Olson
     
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    Are your .308's competition dies?
     
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    No - just regular dies!
     
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    I am not trying to get your goat, but I shot competitive rifle for a number of years including service rifle (M-14) and Palma rifle. I had Lee dies, RCBS competition Dies, Redding dies, and Lymans. Out of curiosity, I took them to the tool and die makers at work who actually had a clean room for the super precision stuff. I asked my friend to measure up each set. The sizing die from Lee was actually the closest to perfect and had the best interior finish. I cannot say if they are always like that, but I found it funny that the cheap Lee set was actually very well made.
     
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    Thanks for the heads-up - I didn't know anything about Lee except they were inexpensive.

    SO - anyone with Lee 375H&H Dies that may want to trade??

    Eric
     
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    +1 on Lee dies, they load ammo just as good as the higher priced competitors dies.

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