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Point Form Die w/sync LT punch, type -H
Point Form Die w/sync LT punch, type -H Quantity in Basket: None
Catalog No.: PF-1-HL
Price: $478.00
Shipping Weight: 2.00 pounds
Enter ONE bullet caliber (diameter) in inches:
Enter desired weight range in grains:
Select Ogive (nose) Shape:
Truncated Cone (TC)
1/2-E Blunt RN
3/4-E Pistol RN
1-E Rifle RN
1-E standard flat tip (50% of caliber)
Luger 9mm shape
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4-S Short Spitzer
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10-S Spitzer
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Ultra Low Drag Secant
Custom Shape (+ $240)
Enter custom ogive specs:
Diameter of flat tip, inches:
Select base shape (if applicable):
Not applicable
Flat base
Dish base (shallow concave)
Cup base (paper patch)
Hollow base (typically for pellet, Minie-ball, airgun slug)
Rebated Boatail
Base Guard
Heel Base (enter specs) +$84
Custom Base (enter specs) +$84
Enter custom base specs:
Select tip shape:
Flat tip
Rounded (semi-spitzer) tip
Pointed (spitzer) tip
Hollow Point (specify length/diameter)
Enter Hollow Point diameter and length:
Optional Note:
This die is used to form a flat, HP, pointed or rounded lead tip at the same time as it forms the ogive, on jacketed or lead bullets.

It is similar to the PF-1-HB lead point form with weight adjustment except that it does not have bleed holes. The weight of the core is pre-set by using a CSW-1-H core swage prior to forming in this die.

Please note:
You do not need to provide values for ALL of the options. If left blank, the most popular and useful value will be used. The options are offered in case you have a specific value in mind for your own reason. Feel comfortable in leaving blank any value about which you ae unsure or do not have a specific requirement. The die consists of a die body (threaded 1-in x 12 tpi), an internal punch having whatever shape you wish to apply to the tip of the bullet (including a hollow point if desired), the ogive shape you want to give to the bullet, and whatever shape of base punch you wish to use. For example, this die is often used to make hollow base lead pellets for airguns, without the step shoulder required when a nose punch forms the ogive in a straight bore LSWC-1-H die. You can add it to any standard 3 or 4 die set, replacing the existing point forming die AND lead tip finishing die, since it does both jobs in one stroke.

The length of the internal punch (or ejector punch) is critically adjusted or synchronized to the exact depth of the die cavity. Die cavities are hand lapped with diamond powder and may vary somewhat in depth from one die to the next. The internal punch runs in a closely fitted hole to seal pressure at the exact end of the cavity. A conventional point form die has a wire ejection pin that is not required to seal pressure. It simply ejects the bullet and plays no part in forming the tip. Therefore the length of the conventional ejector is not critical so long as it is long enough to push the bullet out of the die, and short enough not to project into the die cavity when the ram is up.

The synchronized length (abbreviated as a "sync" punch) must come exactly to the end of the die cavity to form the tip correctly. There are two numbers required for ordering a new punch for a given die. One is the length from the end of the full diameter part of the punch rod (or insert rod) to the bottom end of the puncn head. The other is the length of the full diameter part of the punch rod from where it is inserted into the head to the "working" end. The insert rod is replaceable and has a length exactly one inch longer than the "sync" length, to fit back into the punch head.

The two sync numbers are written on the punch, and on the die. Always provide them, along with the rod diameter, and details about the lenth and diameter of the hollow point "probe" (assuming the punch makes a hollow point cavity). Those figures are needed in order to match a new punch to your die correctly.

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