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 Posted: Sat Mar 11th, 2017 07:20 AM
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Not if you change to a different shellholder or press. But once set for the the same press and shellholder then you should be good to go. Of course there are laws of Murphy to deal with. How tight did you tighten the lockring and or how hard did did to secure the lockring/die to the press? Either can influence the sizing, bullet seating crimping adjustment. Like so many things in handloading being consistent is mandatory. Hornady lock rings are excellent because they "crimp" the die in place rather than setting a screw into the die's threads.



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