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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