Double Alpha 2-in-1 die er laget for DAA av Lee Precision og lar deg gjøre to operasjoner i en og samme die, både sette lengde og krymp.
For de som ønsker kulemater på sin Dillon 550, kruttsjekk på sin 650 samtidig som man har kulemater vil trenge en slik die.
Eller om det er for å kunne kjøre annet die oppsett på sin presse.
These quality stainless steel dies, enable you to Seat and Crimp in one station, without compromising the quality of your ammo. It may take a little longer to get the adjustments just right, but once calibrated correctly, this die will produce consistent and precise quality ammunition.
These dies include an O-ring lock machined into the nut, which allows you to hand tighten only – and the die stays put! They include a finger adjustable floating bullet Seater, are heat treated to ideal hardness and polished to the smoothest finish.
DAA 2-in-1 Seating & Crimping die – Set up Instructions
Thank you for choosing this DAA 2-in-1 Seating & Crimping die. This die frees up a station in your progressive-press tool head, making space for a bullet dropper die on your 550, or, allows you to use a bullet dropper along side a powder-check on your 650 or 1050.
Follow these steps to adjust the Die:
- Position a well-sized and belled case in the appropriate station and run the tool head all the way down (or shell plate all the way up)
- With the adjustment knob and lock ring on the die adjusted as high as they will go turn the die into the tool head until it stops, when the top of the case makes contact with the crimp shoulder.
- Set the lock ring by turning it down until it locks against the top of the toolhead.
- Turn the adjustment knob 2 full turns down, then lower the shell plate and place a bullet onto the case.
- Keep turning the adjustment knob down, and test the length of the bullet until you get the overall length you are aiming for.
- Once the correct length is reached, lower the shell plate, and loosen the lock ring. Then, turn the die down another half turn to create an adequate crimp, and retighten the lock ring. Then turn the adjustment knob about 2 turns out.
- Raise the shell plate again and bring the bullet back into the die, then turn the adjustment knob down until it makes contact with the top of the bullet.