The Avid Reloader Die Set – the perfect way to reload your revolvers With its heirloom finish and handcrafted craftsmanship, the Hornady Custom Grade New Dimension 3-inch steel revolver is second to none. The Die Set (546533) is Having a Reload Kit with 40 S & W and 10MM Auto is necessary for each cartridge you reload. Prepare the bullet for seating/crimping, and prime and resize it
We Have Custom Grade Dies for You In addition to giving the handloader more control over the loading process, these precision dies also provide more accuracy. As a result of the Hornady Crimp/Seater Die's rotation, the die either "tapers" or rolls crimps your cases, depending on the caliber of die set/alignment sleeve you need.
This sizer die is for full length applications only. With a Zip Spindle and a series of threads threaded on the spindle and spindle collet, this machine has a very tight fit. Adjustments can be made more easily by eliminating spindle slippage and tightening the spindle lock quickly and easily
An expanding/seating die is used for seating and expanding. The straight-edged part of these dies has a consistent "bell" or flare to it Mouths for rifle or pistol cases that are walled. So that powder and bullets can be inserted smoothly, they prepare the case. With the extension dies, straight-cut edges are generally accentuated with a slight "bell" or flare The mouth of a rifle or pistol case is walled
Machining for Precision Reloading - A Fundamental Principle Reloading dies from Hornady are designed to be a perfect fit for At your reloading bench, you should have several Hornady die sets appropriate for every caliber size available. The set includes a full length sizer die, a seating die and an expanding die, plastic storage box and two Sure-Size measuring sticks Identify the loc rings, elliptical expanders, and decapping pins that need to be capping
Questions & Answers
What are the chances of these dies working with ?
It is possible to use these dies. It is all the same thing - 9mm luger, 9x19, and parabellum all have the same type of bullet. In some countries, the terms used don't match those used in the U.S. Thank you for your help.
What's the difference between the cupped seating stem and the flat end seating stem in this set?
Both are included if you buy the product
Has this set been crimped with roll crimp or taper crimp?
A taper crimp is included with Horndy. If you use climbers, I highly recommend buying the Lee crimp die. The crimping kits are only 17 dollars, and they remove all the guesswork involved.
This dieset has a 38-deg angle I am 357 - Max 357 characters Do some of the 357 signatures work with the 357)? If not, Would you mind telling me how we can ?
It doesn't work that way because of the. You are on page 357. In 38 cases, there is a straight wall. Signs of life. A bottleneck has been identified in 357 cases. Dies are manufactured by a number of manufacturers. With Hornady, Lee, and RCBS, 357 Sig is a formidable combination. Search for the dies on Google and you'll find quite a few.
Selected User Reviews For Hornady Custom Grade New Dimension Nitride 3-Die Set
I'm not happy with the size die It's also not so great when it comes to the warranty
As the owner of this set, I am confident I am going to be pleased with the bullet seater, which seats and crimps 327 loads in one simple step. We were particularly glad to discover a die set to expand to the exact degree of expanding that allows a bullet to be seated with minimal effort. Both dies are terrific. only not great is the cartridge sizing die that resizes a cartridge TOO AGGRESSIVELY. Instead of getting close to them, I came close to them. When it is resized to 337 specifications, it becomes You don't see that as an issue, do you? The Hornady Support team does not believe They told me the following after I contacted them via their website to ask for warranty support. A number within the range of -334 It is irrelevant to amend Saami tolerance in relation to published specification, i. e. they aren't required to do so. I am fine with that As a result, I now know what Hornady thinks of the ACCURACY of its Comparing this experience to one I had with Lee is a good way to describe it. In a similar way I noticed a difference with my Lee a few months ago. My measurements were recorded on a sizer 45 which I sent along with an explanation of how they were taken. Service was performed on the sizer and it was brought in In less than a week from shipping the unit to them, they returned the unit with a note that described As Lee has come through with regards to their dies before, this is not the first time. It is evident to me which company stands behind their products and knows their customers best. I will keep the Hornady die set only because the seater and expander dies are really great, and I will probably purchase a Lee sizer as a backup if I ever need it. It is worth noting that there are similar reviews posted here on Amazon that should be of interest to folks who expect more from Hornady in terms of accuracy with the If I had read it before I chose to buy the 327 Hornady set, I'm not so sure I would have believed I would be experiencing the same problem. Even so, getting VALIDATION from another re- has to be a good thing I'm not the only one experiencing problems with my loader. In case you were wondering As a reloader, I have been doing it since the seventies. You can find it here The Internet address is www. It is available on Amazon. Customer Support http//www. gp. com/ Is there a review for the following file /reviews/R2JUQ34LCVEKE2/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl? When UTF-8 is specified, it will be displayed in UTF-8 The ASIN for this item is B000PD5T9E.
| Sep 25, 2020
The results so far have been good
Hornady dies are terrific, so I won't go on and on about them. The majority of people should be able to use these without any issues. Reloading is something I have been doing for years and I have used Redding dies most times, but I didn't want to pay the high dollar price to reload 223 for my AR and now I When loading heavier bullets with compressed loads, I noticed that the seating die was deforming the tips of the As soon as the seating force reaches maximum, the 69 grain SMK, the 70 grain Nosler RDF, and the 75 grain Hornady BTHP will become deformed. In order to match the load with my ballistic reticle, I need to be at near maximum lead and this manifests itself in decreased The stem will be used for larger bullets, based on what I understand.
Currently in the process of ordering the stem, I'll upload results with the new stem on 6/27/18. The following has been updated For seating larger bullets, I purchased an extended stem that fits 80 grains. I did not see any difference when I used it. My bullets seated in the chamber were still deformed unless I dialed back my charge by a considerable amount. It was certainly disappointing to learn that these dies could not seat without damaging the bullet, particularly given that 26 grains of powder I was using was widely regarded as a safe load. The ammunition I used was Sierra Match Kings 69 grain, Hornady 223 brass, CCI #400 primers, and 26 grains of extra soft lead. A total of 0 grains of target. The dies along with the stem were returned, and I bought a set of dies from Redding as a result. By loading the cartridges through the Redding dies, a 100% improvement was achieved. Bullets came out of my AR in good condition and I shot some impressive groups out of it. A shot group at 100 yards and a shot group at 50 yards would look like 5 shots in one ragged hole. We are shooting at 200 yards in 2 inch groups. Lastly, I would like to say that I think these Hornady dies will work perfectly well for loading 65 grain Game King bullets and anything lighter. If you wish to load precision ammo with a heavier bullet that will give you the maximum accuracy potential at longer ranges, I strongly suggest that.
| Aug 23, 2020
CRIMP DIE 3 - NOT used for crimping
Typically, when you buy a three die set, you get three dies a sizing / de priming, a seating, and a crimping As an alternative, this set comes with a belling die with built-in crimp that can be altered to fit. It is not clear what they mean. The act of seating and crimping in the same die annoys me. It is not as accurate to do the 2 procedures in one session as it is to do them My Lee Crimper broke, so I bought a new one. Instead of buying a Lee set, I should have just bought a Lee set from the beginning.
| Jan 15, 2021
The dies I ordered were not the ones I received
For hornady dies, I have to give it 5 stars because they are great and for used products, they still look like I chose "used" instead of "new" under the 9mm makarov die option. I find it funny that they are listed as 40/10mm dies but they are not listed under the 40/10mm drop down menu There was no doubt in my mind that I would keep her. You can either do it or not. There is a lesson to be learned if you see a cheap die set that may not be the one you are looking for. the item to cart and check to see if it is different. Amazon had this in their warehouse, so they deserved the boo.
| May 18, 2021
In my collection, I have all the big names, and HORNADY is at the top
It seems that my bullet seating stem has a problem with the 44 Magnum die, the 9mm RCBS die, the Dillon 10/40 die, and the 45 ACP Redding die. There is only 1 stem on the end of it, and with FP bullets it puts a ring and crushes the bullet to a certain extent. After buying the HORNADY SET, I was blown away by the result. A flat seater is on one end of the stem for FPs and an open style for RN bullets on the other. A major component of the bullet guide is the 1" drop before it goes into the die, which is used to align the projectile with the I like these dies the best out of all the ones I own. It's also a must have if you operate a PROGRESSIVE PRESS is the HORNADY BULLET FEEDER it's awesome and even without a tube to put extra 20-micron bullets By putting 30 bullets in there, it sets the bullet where it must be, and if it is set correctly, it sets it just enough so it does What an amazing experience. It is great that I do not have to spend $300+ on an electric bullet feeder. I already have $800 to spend on the automatic case feeder with my Dillon 650.
| Sep 23, 2020
Things were not going well for me
With this set, I encountered a problem. Initially, I had no problems with the resizing/decapping die. However, as soon as I expanded the case sufficiently to supply a cast bullet, I found that the case would hang up on the sliding sleeve of the seat-crimp My first set of dies from Hornady, so it might have been me who malfunctioned. The set is returned and I receive a RCBS set which is good.
| Sep 06, 2020