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    I have a #3 MR die.

    Muzzle resizer for 22 WCF.

    22 WCF is not 22 Hornet or 225 Win. It is 22 WCF.

    See this thread:

    http://www.assra.com/cgi-bin/yabb/Ya...num=1221705914
    Last edited by BrassMagnet; 01-14-2017 at 09:04 PM.

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    I have PC#17

    Priming Chamber #17 for 33 Winchester.

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    I have Priming Chambers #21, #25, & #27

    #25 is 41 Long

    What is #21 for?

    What is #27 for?
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    I inventoried a box of items I had and put the best description from the markings. Be glad to provide pictures or further description if you have any questions. I’m looking for dies for 40-63 (405 doner cases. I already have the priming die); 40-65; 38-50 (30-40 Kraig and RMC cases); 35-40 (38-55 Cases); or 38-55. Also interested in tong tools or case inserts for 45-70 or 38-55.

    310 243 4 dies
    *243-2440Da
    *Deprime #2
    *Expander
    *Sizer 243 WIN-MR
    310 (Box Marked 222)
    *Seater (222) stem marked 45C
    *Decapper (no marking)
    310 (sacked marked 30-06 Short
    *Sizer (marked 123)
    *Priming die bullet seater stem?
    *Looks like Expander plug
    310 Two Dies
    *Stem (marked 329)
    *Sizer
    *Decapping die
    310 Two dies and Seating stem
    *expander (marked 311)
    *Expander (Marked 224)
    *Seater (marked 277)
    310 Expander Plugs
    *marked 285
    *marked 280
    310 Shell Inserts
    *marked #1
    *marked #2 (2)
    310 Sizer Dies
    *Marked 222
    *Marked 116
    310 Priming stems
    *Spring return (2)
    Two dies
    *One looks to be a sizer (marked 121)
    *Priming die (marked #6)
    Best Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrassMagnet View Post
    I have Priming Chambers #21, #25, & #27

    #25 is 41 Long

    What is #21 for?

    What is #27 for?
    Priming chamber #25 has been traded. I still don't know what #21 and #27 are used for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrassMagnet View Post
    I have PC#17

    Priming Chamber #17 for 33 Winchester.
    Priming chamber #17 for 33 Winchester has been traded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    To all. I have a Tru line turret press that I want to put to use. It has the 30-06 shell holder in place so I'm looking for .45 ACP dies and possibly 22-250, .300 Sav? Used to have a cigar box of 310 dies but a ghost got them I guess. Best,Thomas.

    I too am a fan of the tru Line Jr. according to my charts the 45 ACP, the 30-06-the 22-250 and the 300 Savage all take the #2 shell holder.

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    I just picked up 2 Tru Line JR turret presses cheap and found the 310 dies to be a bit pricey. There is a fellow on evil bay tha makes a new turret for the JR that uses normal loading dies. I just bought one for $40. It fit well and works well and now I can use my existing dies and I have the adapter to use std shell holders as well. The press doesn't have a lot of leverage so I'll probably set it up for 32 S&W long and a couple of other easy to size cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbuck351 View Post
    I just picked up 2 Tru Line JR turret presses cheap and found the 310 dies to be a bit pricey. There is a fellow on evil bay tha makes a new turret for the JR that uses normal loading dies. I just bought one for $40. It fit well and works well and now I can use my existing dies and I have the adapter to use std shell holders as well. The press doesn't have a lot of leverage so I'll probably set it up for 32 S&W long and a couple of other easy to size cases.
    Great for neck sizing and bullet seating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbuck351 View Post
    I just picked up 2 Tru Line JR turret presses cheap and found the 310 dies to be a bit pricey. There is a fellow on evil bay tha makes a new turret for the JR that uses normal loading dies. I just bought one for $40. It fit well and works well and now I can use my existing dies and I have the adapter to use std shell holders as well. The press doesn't have a lot of leverage so I'll probably set it up for 32 S&W long and a couple of other easy to size cases.
    One of my TL Jr presses stays set up more-or-less permanently for the 32 S&W Long. It seems to be the perfect size for that cartridge. I have to admit though that I often batch process the brass by doing decap and full length sizing with a TC die in a big single stage press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtDog0311 View Post
    I inventoried a box of items I had and put the best description from the markings. Be glad to provide pictures or further description if you have any questions. I’m looking for dies for 40-63 (405 doner cases. I already have the priming die); 40-65; 38-50 (30-40 Kraig and RMC cases); 35-40 (38-55 Cases); or 38-55. Also interested in tong tools or case inserts for 45-70 or 38-55.

    310 243 4 dies <--- Im interested in this group if we can come to a mutually acceptable agreement
    *243-2440Da
    *Deprime #2
    *Expander
    *Sizer 243 WIN-MR

    310 (Box Marked 222)
    *Seater (222) stem marked 45C
    *Decapper (no marking)
    310 (sacked marked 30-06 Short
    *Sizer (marked 123) <---123 is the code for 30-06
    *Priming die bullet seater stem?
    *Looks like Expander plug
    310 Two Dies
    *Stem (marked 329) <---- If its a plain expander stem, that should be the diameter

    *Sizer
    *Decapping die
    310 Two dies and Seating stem
    *expander (marked 311) <----
    *Expander (Marked 224) <----these should be diameters
    *Seater (marked 277) <--- not in my chart, it may equal the last 3 digits of a mould number

    310 Expander Plugs
    *marked 285 <---should be diameters
    *marked 280
    310 Shell Inserts
    *marked #1 <---This is 30-30 class shells. I could use this

    *marked #2 (2) <---30-06 class shells, any similar diameter also, like 250 sav

    310 Sizer Dies
    *Marked 222 <---for 222, can probably work with any similar sized 22 centerfire

    *Marked 116 <----7mm, meaning 7mm mauser
    310 Priming stems
    *Spring return (2)
    Two dies
    *One looks to be a sizer (marked 121) <---shows as 405 Win if its a sizing chamber

    *Priming die (marked #6) <---30-30 I'm interested if we could come to an agreement
    Posted comments in the quote above with arrows <--- Info is from my copy of the Lyman Ideal Handbook No 39, copyright 1953

    I would be interested in a set for 25-06 (257 would probably work also), even if pieced together. I have spare priming chambers and expander chambers that I can complete it with, the other parts are what I need. Could make do with just the expander stem also along with the muzzle resizer and DA(seater/crimp die).

    I have a 30 cal magnum (probably 300 H&H, but may work with Win Mag) muzzle rezizer and DA die Id trade.

    Have two pieces of 303 Brit dies. Will check further to ID which parts.

    Need a handle for 348.

    Interested in 44-40 set

    Have a complete steel handle set for 375 H&H Id trade for anything useful to me.
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    Well, since I now have the shell holder, I guess I'm on the lookout for a set of 38S&W dies! What a way to begin - start with a shell holder purchased by accident because of my dyslexia! I'll have to find a gun, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Smith View Post
    Well, since I now have the shell holder, I guess I'm on the lookout for a set of 38S&W dies! What a way to begin - start with a shell holder purchased by accident because of my dyslexia! I'll have to find a gun, too.
    It has just started. Mould. Sizing die.
    Just sent it my way. All I need is a pistol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrassMagnet View Post
    It has just started. Mould. Sizing die.
    Just sent it my way. All I need is a pistol.
    May I suggest a S&W Terrier? (It's cute as a speckled pup!)

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    Cute, yes. However, LOML convinced me I can only spend money once - and I still have to pay for the flintlock. Expecting an e-mail any day.
    Wayne the Shrink

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