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any of you follow reloaders had much truck with redding dies? I need a set of 256 win mag die and the only ones I found are made by redding. any comments? (good or bad)
 

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I've never used them, but Redding's rep is that it is equal or a half step above RCBS. If new, I'd buy them without question.
 

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I have a Redding neck sizing die and it's tops. I also have other Redding equipment I would buy it again. Dave
 

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I have many dies that come in the other "Green Box" and love them. Redding makes quality stuff, you can't go wrong there.

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Graycg
 

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Paladin,

I buy Redding for my most accurate rifles and RCBS for the rest. Got them for a .220 Swift and a .25-06.

Like 'em a lot.

Ka6otm
 

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Got a couple sets of them and like them. You can buy the deluxe set which comes with a neck sizer and is usually cheaper than buying an RCBS set and then buying the neck sizer if you want one.
 

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I've had a set of Redding dies for .32 Long Colt for about 8 years now.
I reload for my Marlin Model 1892 rifle, made about 1908.
Very well made dies, very finely polished. Reminds me of the workmanship on Lyman dies in the 1950s.
Yes, you pay more for Redding dies but they're extremely well made, fitted and polished. Worth every penny.
Redding doesn't get a lot of advertising compared to the other die makers but they deserve all they can get. You'll undoubtedly be pleased with Redding dies.
 
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