A favorite among benchrest shooters. A chamber type bullet seater positively controls both bullet and cartridge case alignment. The case and bullet are completely captured by the die prior to the bullet being pushed straight into the case by a close-fitting seating stem. This style of bullet seater works more accurately than a conventional (7/8"-14) bullet seating die. Seating depth adjustments are made by turning the screw inside the cap (3/8ths - 24 threads). This is one of the most accurate bullet seaters ever made.
Chamber Type Seater Die 280 Remington and 7mm Express
John Beach of Novi, MI Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 3/1/2005 Review: I Highly recommend L,E. Wilson Dies for the Added accurcey in reloading. This is the second Wilson Product that I have used.
Chamber Type Seater Die 30x44
William Wofford of Early, TX Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 10/17/2004 Review: I shoot benchrest and have been using WILSON DIES AND SEATERS for several years, along with most of the people I shoot with. The die is known to load bullets with little run out. Long lasting and great quality.
Chamber Type Seater Die 308 Winchester
Ned Follis of Granbury, TX Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 8/1/2004 Review: I have used Wilson products since the 70’s. Always top notch products.
Forrest Earl Shanks of Rosharon, TX Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 8/3/2004 Review: I learned using the Wilson bullet seater from my bench rest friends. The greatest advantage, other than accuracy, is that once the seater has been adjusted, it is good to go. No more adjusting seaters every time I change caliber or seater. Simple to use.
Chamber Type Seater Die 300 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM)
Mike Powers of Chicago, IL Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 2/21/2005 Review: Unparalleled quality from L.E. Wilson! Easy to use and understand with accurate results time after time. Add the micrometer top for fast precise seating depths.
Chamber Type Seater Die 223 Remington
Ed of Tualatin, OR Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 5/22/14 Review: I process my brass for target and varmint rifles in steps or phases, and I use the chamber-type neck sizer and seating dies, especially when I'm away from my bench-mounted presses. They're excellent for accurate loads.
Dwilli of Texas Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 3/5/14 Review: You can't go wrong with Wilson dies. I use them for all my rifle reloading.
Chamber Type Seater Die 243 Winchester
Robert of Chula Vista, CA Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 2/25/2010 Review: Wilson seater dies have always performed well for me. Bullet run-out is much less than that obtained with the conventional dies.
Chamber Type Seater Die 300 Winchester Magnum
Chief of the Blue Clan of The Greeth Earth Place, GA Rating: 5 Stars Date Posted: 4/10/2015 Review: I have used L.E. Wilson Arbor Dies since the 1990 in several calibers. Started with PPC's also 223, 308. Makes a good shooter shoot better. Recently purchased wilson arbor dies for 300 win mag. The bullet and case will be in the best alignment possible.
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