Originally Posted by TLuker
He figured it out. It's his neck sizing die. The mandrel is way off center and the bullet is ending up off center after seating. We ran his brass through my sizing die and no problem. Run it through his and the bullets will not chamber (using same seating die). And his bullets were not marked by the lands. There was only one mark on one side of his bullets and it was from the throat. I'm also thinking RCBS just totally messed up on the mandrel for his die? The adjustment screw for the mandrel sticks up a good 3" above the die with the decapping pin sticking a 1/4" out of the bottom of the die. I've never seen an adjustment screw that long in a die.
contact rcbs. they will make it right
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