I was going to ask about that. I thought that was the case from some things I'd read. Thanks.quote:Originally posted by deputy125
for pistol dies, i suggest you also stay with carbide dies. That will eliminate having to lube the cases. lots of bargins out there in old steel dies but they require lubing the pistol case
Those Lee's are carbide dies, and the factory crip is the way to go. 38 sp. dies wil do 357 also and 44sp will do 44 mag. Just adjust for the height differance. I use a couple of washes that I have mic. for the height diferance. Lee dies always come with the right shell holder as well. All dies are 7/8 and have 1 in 14 thread so they will fit in any press made- Lyman RCBS Dillon Lee. Midway usually has a big sale at the first of the year and also at the end of the physical year as well. Carbide for pistol is the way to go for sure.quote:Originally posted by Bountyhunter
Damn. I guess I'll look around some. Thanks, Snuffy.