techmike wrote:I figured out what the problem is - the bullets are bent. Chucked a "gauge fail" in my drill press, lined up a dial indicator and manually rotated the spindle - wow! Also just received a shipping label from the distributor, they are going back.
Usually, when I am loading my own it doesn't matter if the bullet is a little cock-eyed prior to seating because the seating die straightens it all out. The only exception is my .50Beo, which will wrinkle up the side of the casing if I try to shove a non-aligned bullet into the case with the seating die.
One thing is for certain - no use of a Lee FCD will rectify your issue. That will neither straighten our a crooked bullet nor fix oversized dimensions 2-5 on your diagram.
What match barrel are they referring to? Would you be so kind as to list all the 9mm guns you tried to chamber these rounds in?
Please verify that this is your supplier for these:
Guessing this is the product you bought: