Forster Neck Sizing Dies
We offer the Forster Bushing Bump Neck Sizing Die in a unique kit that comes with the tools you need to accomplish a few things.
This kit not only helps with the neck and shoulder sizing process, but it also makes decapping spent primers simple and easy.
You can expect quite a few features when you take advantage of this kit, including one-step bushing reduction. Because there are almost a hundred bushings available, you can ensure your case necks are correctly and precisely sized. In fact, this kit is all about giving you the tools to fully custom size all of your cases.
If you don’t need to change the neck diameter, you can even use the Forster Bushing Bump Neck Sizing Die to bump only the shoulder of the case and nothing else.
If you want to full length resize, check out our Forster Full Length Sizing dies here.
This just one of the many benefits you can expect when using this kit. Place your order today or contact us if you have any questions!
Each kit comes with the 3 most common size bushings likely needed for your caliber. These bushings are extremely smooth and since they go through a special cryogenic treatment process there is no coating to wear out like other bushings.
Ask the USPS what they think about it as I have not received it. Apparently they are testing it out for me.
Haven’t tried the dies yet but your service is second to none. I’m a very satisfied customer. Thanks to you all.
I've used it both with and without case lube to just resize the neck and bump the shoulder for my 6BR cases so that they chamber smoothly when reloaded without excessive wear on the brass from full length resizing every time.
So far it's done exactly what it's supposed to and doesn't seem to care whether or not I use case lube. I've loaded the same cases 4 times now and have yet to need to full length resize even using somewhat fast loads for straight BR (105's at 2920 fps). The only thing I plan to change with this is that I would like to add a Forster expander ball so that I can slightly oversize with the bushing before properly sizing with the expander ball to allow me to more easily correct any small dents or dings in the neck of the case since the bushing alone cannot do this.