I am going to purchase some -06 dies for my grandpas reloading press, and was wondering, will i need to bell the cases? He does it with his 44's just curious about the -06
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While im here, does any one on here deal in dies and such? I dont wanna pay more than 30-40$ for the dies including shipping.
You can probably get lee dies for $40-$50. I can't answer the first question.
I don't need No stinking signature.
Lee is decent. They are good for what they cost.
I could look one up with bullet and powder info.
My personal experience consists of molding my own round ball over a fire and knowing a couple loads for the 45-70. Lol
Happy to help
You shouldnt have to bell the case with jacketed, sometimes with lead depending if your using a gas check or if the bullet is oversized (most lead rounds are slightly)
I have a Lyman press and a set of Lyman 30-06 dies I would sell for about that price...