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- 270 Winchester
LEE 270 WINCHESTER FACTORY CRIMP DIE
The Lee Factory Crimp die crimps the bullet in place more firmly than any other tool. It is impossible to buckle the case as with regular roll crimp dies. Trim length is not critical.
WARNING: Steel parts in this product may be alloyed with trace amounts of lead and other elements which are known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm and cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. To prevent exposure, do not alter the product by welding, grinding, etc.
Read 4 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Lee Crimp Die
By Jacob H.
on Nov 13, 2020
Product setup is easy ..works as designed..will buy some in other cals.
By Jeff T.
on Sep 28, 2020
I own multiple Lee Factory Crimp Dies, and all have served me well. The dies are easy to setup and adjust to your desired amount of crimp. As others have stated, the dies create a very uniform crimp without the risk of buckling your case necks.
Lee 270 Win.Crimp Die
By Michael P.
on Apr 03, 2019
This die does an excellent job of crimping. It is very reasonably priced and very well made.
Lee Crimp Dies are a must
By Tim C.
on Apr 02, 2014
Where to start with the Lee crimp dies? If you are like me you reload for increased accuracy. In that case the Lee crimp dies are a must on your loading bench.
Lee crimp dies completely do away with the “buckled” case that comes with an improperly adjust crimp from regular roll crimp dies. Lee crimp dies crimp the bullet into the case mouth from the sides creating a firm even pressure over the 360 degrees of the bullet (especially important for bullets without a cannelure or ammunition being fired in a semi-automatic). This even pressure crimp results in: 1. improved accuracy due to higher and even pressures before the bullet can exit the case neck. 2. The higher start pressures will give less velocity deviation making your powder choice less critical. 3. Proper bullet to bore alignment and finally 4. Ammunition that performs (everything being equal) more consistently from round to round.
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