I've read here in the past that Lyman sizers are better for boolits with multiple bands. As the double hole sets fill em up better. I have been waiting for grafs to get the .452 lyman sizer in stock, but will be making my purchase this weekend no matter what.
I have a 300gr herters mold for my 45 colt that has several smaller bands (45300), and another lee mold that is 300gr that has more then one as well. Would I be better served waiting to buy the Lyman. Or will the RCBS be good enough?
Plus I have access to a bridgeport, and was wondering if I couldn't just chuck it up, and drill another set of holes in the RCBS anyways, then lath in a band like the top set of holes already there.
If it's better to endure the wrath of my wife and just make a second order from another store I... could.... do that as well. I'm using my store to "hide" the 250 dollar order of top punches and sizers from her, but of all my suppliers, only grafs has a plethora of pinatas- er... molding stuff for me to buy.
Plus I'm using a hard alloy but nothing near #2, and I know lyman will only cast to .452 exactly if you use #2. Getting a .454 just in case....
Dammit, aren't I supposed to SAVE money reloading?