John Whidden has won two Long Range Championship's at Camp Perry using bullets pointed in this die system. The Whidden Pointing Die System is designed to profile the tips of jacketed bullets to reduce drag and improve BC. Testing has shown that shooters will see pointed bullets shoot three fourths to 1 MOA flatter at 1000 yards, with wind drift improvement of about 5 percent. The Whidden system works like a regular reloading die in a standard press (including the Forster Co-Ax) and uses caliber specific sleeves to change bullet calibers. Pointing bullets can be done just as fast as sizing brass. Extensive testing has also shown that light meplat trimmer after pointing produces the maximum possible BC consistency. Order the tool and a bullet pointing sleeve for the caliber you choose to point. Order additional sleeves to change calibers. Full instructions are included.
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