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butchlambert
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I used to have bushings made in 22,243,264,and 308. Lots of sizes in .0005 increments. I have only 223 sizes left for sale.
Butch
Lapuatom
Reply with quote  #10 
I use the carbide dies in my 338 Lapua so I know the sizes are available through .365. I bought them from Siclair international website.
butchlambert
Reply with quote  #11 
Mr Tom,
Would you indicate to us where the carbide bushings are listed in Sinclair's catalog or any others.
Butch
RJinTexas
Reply with quote  #12 
2009-B Sinclair International Catalog page 39 style 76 bushings, heat treated steel but with the addition of a Titanium Nitride coating available throughout the range of .185 thru .368 in .001 increments. The last three digits of the part # (RD76xxx) denotes bushing size. 800-717-8211
butchlambert
Reply with quote  #13 
That is correct,
Titanium nitried steel and not carbide. Not even close to the same.
Butch
highlife
Reply with quote  #14 
Sinclair Carbide Sizing Bushings
Many benchrest shooters use carbide neck sizing bushings because they are smoother, harder and are available in half thousandths increments. We stock carbide bushings for the popular 6mm sizes only. These bushings have a small radius on the down side only, and should not be used upside down. Bushings fit Wilson and Redding dies.

its online web page under reloading equipment
thanks to all of you for your input
richard
butchlambert
Reply with quote  #15 
Sinclair could have had carbide bushings in the sizes that I mentioned above at a very reasonable price. They failed to return phone calls and emails.
Butch
Rustystud
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Butch and others Sinclair is owned by Brownells. If you have a complaint and feel you need to go up the chain of command a call or e-mail to Brownells often gets swift results. The new President of Sinclair name is Bill and he is a real nice guy and has responded several times to my issues. He told me they were going through some growing pains especially with a new computer software. One of the issues I addressed with him was the telephone and no answer.

Nat Lambeth
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