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Post by minelabbob 3/19/2020, 5:37 pm

looking for a A-OK set of .380 dies , that will hold up . any feed back on them 3 COs. and maybe some load data!

thanks BOB pistol dies 1883569342

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Post by Deerspy 3/20/2020, 12:17 pm

Hornady, Rcbs, lee has ben hit or miss for me Hornady best for me

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Post by spursnguns 3/20/2020, 4:28 pm

Hello minelabbob,

Redding or Dillon Precision for me.

Jim
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Post by minelabbob 3/20/2020, 5:13 pm

I here that jim!

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Post by BE Mike 3/21/2020, 9:31 am

Over the years, I've had good luck with Lyman, RCBS and Dillon dies. The Dillon dies seem to work best in the Dillon progressive presses, but the others work. Redding and Forester dies are tops as well. Of course you want a sizing die that has the carbide ring.
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Post by minelabbob 3/21/2020, 11:28 am

ok mike!  I am thinking RCBS that should be enough quality for my .380. after all
its not a bullseye gun . I have used my buddys rcbs in the past, and worked just
fine.

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