Redding Introduces New Calibers of Dies
Redding introduces two new calibers to its Type S Bushing Style Dies and competition Seating dies for 2010.
May 03, 2010
Redding Reloading Equipment introduces two new calibers to its Type S Bushing Style Dies and competition Seating dies for 2010. Redding is known for both quality and a vast selection of available dies, including many popular and not so popular wildcats. For 2010, Redding will add Type S die sets (Both Neck and Full) for the popular 260 Remington Improved 40 degree and 6.5 Creedmoor calibers. Additionally, Competition Seating Dies will also be offered. Both of these calibers have seen substantial acceptance and growth in the competitive arena in the past year.
As always, Redding strives to listen to consumer requests and fill the new needs that develop annually. Redding continues to produce truly "Custom" die sets as well. The Engineering Group at Redding requires only a chamber reamer drawing or 5 fired cases from the firearm in question to quote the production of dies for virtually any caliber and firearm which can be made with a 7/8 x 14 TPI die body. Prices are quoted on an individual basis depending upon the complexity of the chambering and any need for tooling. Those seeking dies for a truly unique or obsolete cartridge should contact the Redding Custom Die Center in the company's Engineering Department. Go to www.redding-reloading.com.