Redding Delux Rifle Die Set Series A
Deluxe Die Sets For Bottleneck Cases
Deluxe die sets for bottleneck cases contain three dies. They
are a special packaging of our full length die sets (described
above) with the addition of a neck (NK) sizing die.
The quality and accuracy of your reloaded ammunition depends largely on the quality of the equipment you use to assemble it.
Your choice of reloading dies should not be a casual one. Your dies literally shape the quality and function of your reloads. Because they are so important, we give them a lot of attention.
- We use the finest alloy steels obtainable.
- Our dies are machined on Hardinge Super- Precision® lathes capable of holding the tightest tolerances in the industry.
- This allows us to guarantee that they will produce ammunition that will p roperly fit any standard (SAAMI) chamber, re g a rdless of action type.
- To maintain tolerances and guarantee that your dies will last a lifetime, all Redding dies are heat treated in atmospherically controlled furnaces.
- Finally, your dies are hand polished for smooth, flawless functioning, go through final inspection, and are ultrasonically cleaned and packaged.
- The die box is a handy cartridge loading block and storage package. Inside is a spare decapping pin, hex wrench, and even a place for your shellholder!
- All Redding dies use the industry standard 7/8-14 threaded bodies.
The design of our Profile Crimp Die is an example that came about from an attempt to help silhouette shooters solve the typical “half moon” crimp so prevalent with magnum handgun cartridges. Our solution to the problem not only solved the ugly, half crimp, but proved to tighten groups as well.
Seating Dies With Taper Crimp
Reloading dies for handgun calibers that headspace on the case mouth are indicated with a . The seating dies in these calibers are made with a taper crimp. All other calibers have the standard roll crimp. Recent tests have shown that seating the bullet to its proper depth and crimping as a separate operation will produce the best accuracy. See page 13 for additional information on crimp dies.
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