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Old 09-05-2021, 04:50 PM
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It "oversises" the base ... at times leaving a wonky looking line and bulge at the base where the carbide ring stops sizing .
Some don't mind the wonky base line / bulge and not all brands of brass are as bad as other brands .
If the wonky look bothers you simple replace the carbide with a old school steel die and spray some case lube on them ... Even when using carbide dies , it's much easier to size them when they have a little lube on them .
I went back to a CH4D Steel sizer die because I didn't like the wonky looking base ... case lube doesn't bother me .
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