The Peculiarities of Loading 350 Legend – Lee Pacesetter Die Set

350 Legend is a straight-wall case, so it should be easy to prep, right? Nope! The case has a slight taper; you can’t run the brass dry into a carbide die like you can with 357 Magnum or 9mm Luger. Let’s check out the full process using Hodgdon H110 and the superb Lee Pacesetter die kit.

Full 350 Legend Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCzJy0eY5h1GFShwymjMsd8yQDHuYFHdU

Equipment List:
1. Lee Pacesetter Die Set in 350 Legend: http://shrsl.com/23m06
2. Hodgdon H110 Powder: https://www.hodgdon.com/h110/
3. Winchester WSR Primers
4. Starline 350 Legend Cases: https://www.starlinebrass.com/
5. RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Press: http://shrsl.com/23m0d
6. RCBS Brass Boss: https://amzn.to/2uoD9au
7. RCBS Trim Pro 2 Case Trimmer: http://shrsl.com/23m0h
8. Frankford Arsenal Dial Calipers: http://shrsl.com/23lzz
9. Hornady Lock-N-Load Comparator Kit: http://shrsl.com/23m00
10: Speer 147-grain TMJ: http://shrsl.com/23m02
11: Speer 158-grain Deep Curl: http://shrsl.com/23m04
12: RCBS Chargemaster Lite: http://shrsl.com/23m1r

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