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  1. If you’re using a progressive press that has space for a powder check, you might want to check out the RCBS Lock-Out Die. They are MAGIC. If you have too much, too little or no powder in the case, you CANNOT advance the press. It will NOT move! NO MORE SQUIBS! https://www.rcbs.com/presses/press-accessories/lock-out-die/16-87540.html Midway and Amazon are sold out. RCBS has them in stock. Also, UniqueTek has come out with a powder drop/case expander specifically for Hi-Tek polymer coated bullets. If you’re shaving some lead/coating at the seating position, this new 2 step expander really makes a difference, for me anyway. https://uniquetek.com/shop/ols/products/9mm38-htc-powder-funnel I have this for 38/9mm and for 32 SW/HR. The LockOut die isn’t small enough to use on the 32 so I use my Dillon powder check there. I don’t have 100% confidence in my Dillon powder check, though. Here are pictures of the items. HUGS!! Scarlett
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