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Borrowed a mould .378 335gr....I'm thinking of sizing down, trying through .358 then .323 then .309...yes-no-maybe?? Using Lee resizers with a strong single stage....Looking for .309 at 290-320gr,in the old days,I remember heavier bullets at 275-300gr....but seems can't find much over 240gr in .30.
 

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Ditto on Accurate. I had a brass one cut, two cavity mold with one cavity for 30-30 and one for 30-06. May sound strange but I get to kill two birds with one stone.
 

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Nope. You won't have any lube grooves left. .005 is about the limit, maybe .008 if the lube grooves are big. What Don & Firpo said is by far the better option.
 

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What I needed to know-thx-I'll be contacting Accurate today.
If you don't already have a mold from Tom, I cannot believe you will be anything but immensely pleased. They are just so good for the money. He's so knowledgeable and helpful and, he will do just about whatever you want.
 
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