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rcw3
Reply with quote  #9 
See link below. Just my advice (and you can take it or leave it) but "don't re-invent the wheel" here, stick with what works. The web page has just about all the info you need on a 20 Practical.

Robert Whitley
http://6mmar.com/20_Practical.html

coupalr
Reply with quote  #10 
I use a competion die with a 228 bushing for winchester brass and a 230 for lapua brass.
rcw3
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Coupair

That's funny, my Winchester brass (and most Lake City I have tried) loads out right around .228" at the neck. You must use almost no neck tension for your loadings. I am working with AR-15's so a bit of neck tension is definitely necessary, especially for magazine feed rounds.

Robert
coupalr
Reply with quote  #12 
when I measure my cases after sizing the neck measures .227 - .2275. So I am only running between .0005 and .001 neck tension. My rifle is a single shot savage so I do not have to worry about recoil moving the bullet.
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