I load a good couple of calibres, and do a considerable amount of

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I load a good couple of calibres, and do a considerable amount of
AN AMAZING
RELOADING
DIE!!!!!
DIE!!!!!
I load a good couple of calibres, and do a considerable amount of
loading for the 222, it is a favourite cartridge of mine and I love to
load for it.
I have used the 222 RCBS reloading die set in my 222 for a while,
but wanted to get a 222 COLLET DIE for my 222, as I know the
Collet die in my 223 gets fantastic results.
And for predator hunting we need a constant performer, you cannot
afford to miss, so!!
This die costs $19 in America; here it’
it’s over R467R467-00!
THE 222 COLLET DIE and how it works!
What this die does is it allows you to reload brass fired from your
rifle, and the brass you eject is reloaded as it came out of your rifle,
the walls are untouched, ONLY the neck is resized.
You turn in the die in your press with the lever down, and you turn in
the Collet die, then when it touches your shell holder for the 222 you
put in, you turn it more one full turn, and tighten that Collet die in
place.
Then put in a fired case, and pop out the primer, then a little more
pressure will resize that neck to firmly hold the next bullet you
reload – simple! Now you got a fire formed case that can only be
loaded in your rifle, it now fits your rifle’s chamber like a glove.
Here are a few targets I zeroed in at, I load my rifle to shoot 1’ inch
high at 100m, this way at night all the way out to 270m I aim dead
on, and I don’t think I will have to shoot that far very often!
The loads used are;
S321 Powder
23, 5 grains
Primer Small Rifle Magnum Primers
Sierra Varminter #1330 Stock No.
50grains
http://www.africanpredator.com/222.pdf
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