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CurtisB
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Where can i get a 30 Br fl die that uses neck bushing?
Thanks, Curtis
Aussie_bob
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You get the Redding Type "S" Full sizing Die for 7mm BR ( 77241 )
What you will have to do is have the neck of the die enlarged just a little so that your unformed neck will fit up into the bushing area so hone it out or turn it out to at least a few thou over your max out side neck dia.
So if your rifle has a .330 neck turn to .338 that should do it gives you .004 clearance allround.
Gollum
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I think you can get a Redding FL Type-S special order from Sinclair, for a little over $100. Supposedly Redding is going to offer it as a catalog item Spring 2006.

I made mine from a Redding 7mmBR Type-S FL die. Me and Mr Dremel carefully opened the hole in the neck a little bit... It wasn't pretty, but so far, it works. I couldn't find a local machinist that wanted to try to do it!

edited to add: if you click on the "tools and gear" links on the side bar, JLC Precision will convert a Redding 6mmBR small base die to a 30BR bushing die for you. Check with them as to the price- -its a custom die, he needs 3 fired cases, and machines the die to resize the cases to your chamber.

I'm thinking of going this route if Redding doens't do anything in the near future.
Ogre6br
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HI
I plan on sending 3 cases to harrels to get them to make me a standard type FLS die with tapered expander.

later
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