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Hi Guys just going to get into reloading for my .223 rem 700 I have been keeping my once fired cases which are Sako .223 rem are these any good for reloading tks 

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Yes, they're perfect.  Nice quality.  You ought to get 10 or so reloads from those, perhaps a few more, before primer pockets start to loosen up.  Best to anneal them every 3 or 4 firings if you can (just the necks).

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7 minutes ago, VarmLR said:

Yes, they're perfect.  Nice quality.  You ought to get 10 or so reloads from those, perhaps a few more, before primer pockets start to loosen up.  Best to anneal them every 3 or 4 firings if you can (just the necks).

thanks for that just need to get the kit now proving more difficult than I thought lol

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another question would I be better to buy the Lee Classic precision kit , as I have picked up Two Redding Dies F/L and N and a RCBS micro seating die , or would I be better sourcing single items etc 

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