The NEW Wilson Bushing Type Full Length Sizing Die. This die will allow you to size the case neck to your desired neck tension along with sizing down the rest of the case body at the same time. Die includes an adjustable depth decapping rod. Extra Decapping Punch included, does not contain an expander. Made of High Quality Heat Treated Steel. Bushing sold separately.
High Quality Material - Hardened to L.E. Wilson Specifications
Harder than a Grade 8 Bolt
Interchangeable Bushings to get Desired Neck Tension
Standard 7/8ths Reloading Press
Sizes Shoulder and Body Dimensions
Stainless Parts for a Long Lasting Finish
Durable and Accurate
Use with your L.E. Wilson Case Gage to Determine Proper Sizing and to Prevent Overworking your Brass
L.E. Wilson manufactured lock nut - thickness is .225" from inside to outermost edge .270" for height and 1.250" total width OD.
Many have asked why we choose to go with a threaded design for the full length sizer. I hope this information below helps clear things up.
1) Arbor type full length dies are very difficult to use and require a lot of force. So adding in a large shop type arbor press is needed or use of a vise. Neither of which are desirable.
2) A full length die is missing from our product line.
3) Our full length dies will be based off of Sam Wilson’s reamer dimensions. He was making these in the 60’s similar to the one we just added. In fact I am using many of the reamers he made for the dies so many years ago.
4) The bushing recess will be a perfect fit for our bushings and customers will be able to achieve their desired neck tension. Or they can remove the bushing and use it as a bump/body die.
5) The materials are of high quality, the hardening process and the amount of finish labor we put into them will exceed others.
6) The future of our product line will have many unique offerings and this is a good one to build on.
7) We have had an overwhelming request for this type of die from our customers.
Die with Punch Assembly
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