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Redding - Type S-Bushing Neck Sizing Die Set - 6mm XC - 78745

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Type S Bushing Neck Sizing Die - The new Type S - Bushing Style Neck Sizing Die provides reloaders with a simple means to precisely control case neck size and tension. 
• Uses interchangeable sizing bushings available in .001” increments. 
• The adjustable decapping rod allows positioning the bushing to resize only a portion of the neck length if desired. 
• Concentrically is enhanced by the ability of the resizing bushing to self-center on the case neck.
• The decapping rod is supplied with a standard size button. This is especially useful for reloaders who are using commercial brass as is.
• A decapping pin retainer is also supplied with most Type-S - Bushing Dies except 17 and 20 cal. This enables neck sizing without the use of the size button for those who sort and/or turn case necks for uniformity. 
Body Die - Body Dies are designed to full length resize the case body and bump the shoulder position for proper chambering without disturbing the case neck. They are made without internal parts and intended for use only to resize cases which have become increasingly difficult to chamber after repeated firing and neck sizing.
Seating Die - The seating die seats and crimps the bullet. 

Type S Bushing Neck 3 Die Set Includes:
• Type S - Bushing Neck Sizing Die
 Body Die
 Regular Series 92000 Seating Die 
How to Determine Which Bushings You Need:
The easiest way to determine the proper diameter bushing, is to measure the neck diameter of several loaded or dummy cartridges with an accurate micrometer. Subtract .001”- .002” from the average neck diameter and this diameter bushing will generally size case necks to create the proper press fit for the bullet. 
Another method is to measure the neck thickness with a ball micrometer or Redding’s Case Neck Gauge. Double the wall thickness and add this number to the bullet diameter. The result is the neck diameter of a loaded cartridge, and bushing size can be determined as above.
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