I am trying to decide if RCBS "Competition" dies (no bushing) are worth the extra money. I am doing a build on a Stevens 200 receiver (same as a Savage 10, minus accutrigger). I know the action is perfectly fine so I don't want to debate that. It is going to wear a Douglas XX stainless barrel in .222 Remington, set to minimum headspace, standard SAAMI chamber, no turn neck. Is it worth it to get the micrometer Competition dies from RCBS? This is going to be a non-competitive paper puncher and 200 yard maximum varmint rifle. I would like to squeeze as much accuracy as I can obviously, but if the dies are not worth it than I will skip them. I have never use dies like this before and have excellent results with plain Jane 40 year old Lyman dies in my .308 LTR, which will do 3's and occasionally 2's forever with 110 grain VMax. I'd appreciate input from any accuracy freaks and handloaders. Thanks.