Whidden Gunworks die sets feature high quality, precisely manufactured reloading dies ideal for loading match grade ammunition. Included is a Bushing Full Length Sizer Die and a Micrometer Seating Die. Whidden Micrometer Seater Dies allow for extremely precise adjustments to bullet seating depth. Fluted top and large white hash marks make adjustments quick and easy in 0.001" increments. This die also features a floating sleeve on the micrometer seater which enhances the concentricity of loaded rounds.
Whidden Gunworks Full Length Bushing Sizer Dies utilize Redding or Wilson standard bushings to size brass to exact specifications to achieve the desired bullet tension. Manufactured to match PTG Match reamers often used in custom rifles, these dies guarantee easy chambering and extraction without overworking brass. Whidden Gunworks sizer dies include a shoulder gauge to aid with proper setup of headspace. The fluted top allows for a better grip to make adjustments quick and easy. Shellholder sold separately.
Dies Included: Micrometer Seater Die and Full Length Bushing Sizer Die
Die Size: 7/8"-14 Standard
Shellholder Included: No
Micrometer Seater Die allows you to adjust seating depth in 0.001" increments
Full length die resizes the full length of the case.
Sizer die uses Redding or Wilson type bushings
Neck bushing is not included
To determine bushing size, measure the outside neck diameter of a loaded cartridge, subtract .002" to .003" -- this allows approximately .001" of brass spring back for correct neck tension. Another method is to measure the neck wall thickness of a case, multiply by two, add the diameter of the bullet and subtract .001"
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