Redding Reloading Equipment releases new die sets for 24 Nosler

(Photo: Redding Reloading Equipment)

Redding Reloading gives the 24 Nosler some love with new die sets. (Photo: Redding Reloading Equipment)

Redding Reloading Equipment introduces new die sets for reloaders looking to utilize the 24 Nosler cartridge.

Redding says it will initially offer a Standard 2-Die, Deluxe 3-Die, Premium 2 and 3 Die Sets, Type —S Bushing Style and National Match versions with the Competition Seating Die. The variety aims to meet the needs of several shooting disciplines.

“Based on the very popular 22 Nosler this cartridge will be at home in both semi-auto and bolt guns alike,” Redding said in a press release. “This compliment of die sets provides the needed capability to produce high quality loadings for a wide range of shooting and hunting disciplines and levels of requirement.”

Built in upstate New York, the American made die sets keep to the company’s quality and precision based mission through the use of American made steel, machinery and labor.

The new 24 Nosler die sets are available through Redding Reloading Equipment with prices starting at $140 and topping out at $221 for the Deluxe Set.

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