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#201276 - 08/18/19 04:50 PM 475 Linebaugh dies
Mr. Bisley
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Anyone 475 Linebaugh reloaded out there have a preference of carbide sizing die brand?

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#201277 - 08/18/19 04:55 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: Mr. Bisley]
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I use the Hornady dies.

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#201283 - 08/19/19 12:00 AM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: MS Hitman]
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 Originally Posted By: MS Hitman
I use the Hornady dies.


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#201286 - 08/19/19 10:04 AM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: wheelguns]
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Lee dies are about 1/2 the price. I used RCBS on my 480s 10 years ago. When I bought them this time I went LEE they were not available 10 years ago. Lee comes with the shell holder.
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#201289 - 08/19/19 12:06 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: H2OBUG]
98Redline
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I know that Lee gets a bad rap from many however all of my Lee dies have been both in spec and capable of churning out better ammunition than I am capable of differentiating.

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#201290 - 08/19/19 12:11 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: 98Redline]
Brenden
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Nothing wrong with Lee dies. I went with Hornady for the 475L and a few other calibers I reload and have been pleased with them.

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#201291 - 08/19/19 12:55 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: 98Redline]
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 Originally Posted By: 98Redline
I know that Lee gets a bad rap from many however all of my Lee dies have been both in spec and capable of churning out better ammunition than I am capable of differentiating.

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#201294 - 08/19/19 03:46 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: jamesfromjersey]
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Anytime I buy a set of dies, I always buy the least expensive carbide dies I can find - and that usually means Lee. All the animals in my freezer would agree, they work fine...
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#201317 - 08/21/19 09:00 PM Re: 475 Linebaugh dies [Re: Randy M]
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I have a mix of RCBS, Hornady, and Lee and all work well. I always use Lee crimp dies for my auto and in my revolvers when I use bullets with no crimp groove.

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