I finally stuck a bullet in a point form die. I could not find a thread here dealing with the subject so I want to get some ideas on it. My die is a 30cal 6s flat point for the 30-30. The ejection punch is 0.119. In my case the punch went down into the lead and stuck there. I was able to pull out the punch but the bullet remained in the die. I tried turning the external punch down a little to close the nose up a little more but the punch went straight through and actually punched the bottom off the jacket. The core came out of the jacket when I removed the punch and now I had an empty jacket stuck up in the die. After searching the forum with no luck I read everything I have on swaging and ended up using the "screw" method. I found a lag screw that just fit up into the jacket and could get about 1/8 turn to bite into the jacket. I switched the pin in the Walnut Hill to the reloading mode for a longer stroke and screwed the die into the ram. With the the ram all the way up the screw head extended above the top of the press. I grabbed it with a vise grips and lowered the ram. The lag screw pulled out the jacket on the third pull. The screw pulled the jacket a little each time before the screw pulled out of the jacket. I still have the jacket on the screw and it didn't even come close to going through the jacket and damaging the die. My experience ended well but hearing the experience of others would be helpful to all of us.