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PACESETTER 3-DIE SET Use these dies if you want to produce factory-dimensioned ammo that reliably fits and feeds in any gun. Full-length sizing is a must if you are reloading for more than one firear...

Frequently, dies from one caliber may be used to load other calibers.

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Any thing oil based will kill a primer, like you've akready been told. I have both Universal decapping dies, the Lee has a collet that holds the decapping pin and the decapping pin will move into the collet so it doesn't break if set correctly, when this happens you loosen the collet, push the decapping pin flush with the top of the collet and tighten the collet. Broken decapping pins may involve Berdan primers, flash holes off center or dies improperly adjusted. Barstool(er) Having heard the standard advice that oil or other liquids will kill primers, I have done a few experiments with various liquids, to see if they really will kill primers. The experiment was years ago, but, best I can recall, I tried wd-40, Break Free, Hoppe's#9, Liquid Wrench, and 3 in 1 oil.

It was probably just luck but the last time I decapped military cases, I ran 500 of them without a hitch with my RCBS 30-06 sizing die. WD-40 seemed to be the best primer killer, but, none of them reliably killed a primer in less than 3 days.

The old style decapper/expander rods in the sizing dies consisted of two parts.

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