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Old 04-12-2013, 8:10 PM
BroadSideofADime BroadSideofADime is offline
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Originally Posted by tiller View Post
You need to chamfer the inside of the neck when setting flat base bullets after using the dillon trimmer
This. The Dillon trimmer does NOT chamfer or debur the case mouth. This does not present as much of a problem when loading boat-tail pills. But with flat-base bullets like the Hornady 2266, chamfering or flaring is almost a necessity. The Lyman M die might be one solution to your problem. This accomplishes the same task as an expander die for pistol calibers. Either that or chamfer the cases by hand or on a prep station as already suggested.
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