RCBS Announces MatchMaster Competition Die Sets

MatchMaster Competition Full Length, Neck Sizing and Seating Dies Offer Unrivaled Precision
MatchMaster Competition Full Length, Neck Sizing and Seating Dies Offer Unrivaled Precision

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas-(Ammoland.com)- RCBS, the leading manufacturer of ammunition reloading equipment for rifles and pistols, announces the new MatchMaster Competition Die Series.

RCBS MatchMaster Competition Dies are the perfect tool for precision handloaders who are looking to craft the most exacting rounds possible. Available in Full Length, Neck Sizing, and Seating configurations, MatchMaster Competition Dies are precision-machined for a lifetime of perfection.

MatchMaster Full Length Sizing Dies use RCBS’s precision-machined neck bushings to put the perfect amount of neck tension on each round. The titanium-nitride coated expander offers silky-smooth case extraction and reduced brass buildup on the expander.

“Both features help reduce the amount of stretch on the case neck,” explained RCBS Product Manager Will Hemeyer.

Also included in this exceptional set is the unique MatchMaster Competition Seating Die.

“What sets the MatchMaster Seating Die apart from the competition is a bullet-seating window with bullet-retaining system,” Hemeyer said. “Simply place the bullet in the window and raise the case into the die to seat the bullet. Couple this with a micrometer-adjustable, free-floating, self-centering bullet-seating stem and the MatchMaster Seating Die is easily the most accurate bullet seating die on the market.”

The MatchMaster Neck Sizing Die Set also uses RCBS’s precision-machined neck bushings to put the perfect amount of neck tension on each round while not changing the body dimensions of fired cases. Like its full-length brother, the MatchMaster Neck Sizing Die offers a titanium-nitride coated expander. The set also comes with a MatchMaster Competition Seating Die, with its unique bullet seating window and micrometer-adjustable, free-floating, self-centering bullet-seating stem.

Of course, the Seating Die is also available as a stand-alone. Reloaders will love that they can end smashed fingers and misaligned bullets with the specially-designed bullet window. Plus users can fine-tune any load with repeatable precision with the micrometer-adjustable, free-floating, self-centering bullet seating stem.

RCBS is the leading manufacturer of ammunition reloading equipment for rifles and pistols, offering reloading equipment throughout the world. To learn more about the new MatchMaster Competition Dies, visit www.RCBS.com.


About RCBSRCBS Reloading

RCBS has dedicated itself to the craft of reloading ammunition since it was founded in 1943. RCBS started with one simple bullet die, and has grown into the leading manufacturer of reloading equipment for rifles and pistols. Reloading is an exact process with tight tolerances. It requires precision and skill to be done correctly. That’s why RCBS makes state-of-the-art products – everything from presses, dies, shell holders, powder measurers and priming products. All are backed by RCBS’s industry-leading reputation to give you a premium reloading experience. RCBS: Precisioneered Reloading.

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    And how is it different from Gold Match series they already carry? The seating die looks the same, I own one and it’s awesome, except for the seating stem that distorts the bullets so I took it to lathe and used Lyman VLD chamfer plus some other cutting tools to fix it and it doesn’t distort or leave marks now. What I don’t like about it is that it requires extended shellholder which means I can’t use it on progressive press otherwise it’s a dream come true when loading those tiny 34gr .224 bullets, just drop it in the window… Read more »

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    A many years ago I bought the RCBS Match die set for my Savage 10FP. I did not get satisfactory results as far as bullet alignment and case stretching. I ended up going with a RCBS X-Die and a Redding Match seating die. That solved the problems. That gun, with its favorite load would shoot all day into a group I could cover with a quarter. Five to 40 shots, it didn’t matter. It was still doing it after 7000 rounds when I replaced the barrel with one chambered in 358 Winchester. YMMV.