Found something wonderful, 7.62 Nagant dies!

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Looking around for miscellaneous stuff, found a set of Lee Precision 7.62 Nagant dies for the 7.62x38R Nagant. Figured I might want to load it someday and I’ve saved all my brass. So why not. It’s my understanding that dies are interchangeable between different manufacturers and their reloading presses.
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Re: Found something wonderful, 7.62 Nagant dies!

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INVICTVS138 wrote: Tue Apr 20, 2021 4:36 pm
Heretic wrote:Who among us would buy dies for a rare / obscure caliber in order to have a reason for buying a firearm in that caliber to load for?

(I wouldn't rule it out myself...)
I have several die sets for calibers I don’t own. Yet I don’t have 9mm & .380 dies ...


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Yes, it’s good to get ones one doesn’t have. I’m lucky that I do have a M1895 Nagant 1926 CCCP period. I have a weak fly spring on mine and after trying to buy one, might need to make a spare. I have two more calibers of guns I need dies for, after that I’m good unless I buy a 1911!
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Re: Found something wonderful, 7.62 Nagant dies!

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If anyone needs a set, PM me. I've got a 7.62 Nagant die set, but no Nagant revolver (and probably won't ever). Turns out .38/357, the .44's, and .45 Colt do it for us.
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