Forster Products has solved two problems common to many reloaders: misaligned die locking rings and damaged die threads. Either of those situations can occur when a locking ring cross-screw is fastened too tightly or if the locking ring threads are improperly mated with the die threads. Forster's locking ring design features an easy to use cross bolt that connects the two ends of the ring instead of a traditional screw design that tightens directly into the threads of the die. The result is a more reliable alignment with no canting and no damage to the die threads which remain untouched by the cross bolt. Tightening or loosening the cross bolt requires a 7/64" hex wrench. The Forster cross bolt locking ring will fit any manufacturer's standard 7/8" X 14 dies. They are supplied with all Forster's high quality Bench Rest® Dies.
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Redding Competition Seating Dies deliver the precision and accuracy preferred by the most discriminating handloaders. Now you can easily covert your conventional seating die to a precision micrometer seating die for use with VLD bullets for precise, repeatable bullet seating depths to within 1/1000th of an inch and potential world-record accuracy. Designed for all seating dies that use a seat plug with ½-20 threads. Easily changes from one die to another, just match the number on your current seating plug to the corresponding bullet seating micrometer number.
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Upgrade your Redding Standard and Type S dies with a carbide sizing button. Makes inside neck sizing smoother and easier without lubrication. Available for bottleneck cartridges in 22 through 30 caliber. The carbide button free floats on the decapping rod allowing it to self-center itself in the case neck. The kit comes complete with a carbide button, retainer, and spare decapping pin. Decap rod not included. Not intended for use on dies other than Redding standard and Type S neck and full length dies.
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