We have been working hard, compiling our most frequently asked questions. Check back here frequently to see if we’ve answered one that you’ve got.
We’re working on some awesome new content to help you understand how our dies work – so stay tuned. Until then, check out some of our ‘older’ videos – they’re still good!
Videos are worth a 1,000 words. Check out our man Dan (Warner) as he demonstrates how the WTC Custom Sizing Die works.
More videos explaining assembly, disassembly, and advanced features coming soon… How soon? Time will tell.
Tolerances represent the acceptable range for a dimension, based on the form, fit, and function of a part. This tolerance range range is specified by the engineer, or designer of the part.
In manufacturing, the machinist conforms to the tolerance specification – accepting parts that meet the spec and rejecting the defects, or parts with dimensions that fall outside the spec.
In long range shooting, we know that consistency in our ammunition yields consistency down-range. Tight tolerances in components = tight groups on target.
With that in mind, we manufacture our Flat Line Bullets with extremely tight tolerances. In a box of 50 bullets, our mantra is simple: 50 pieces in 50 millionths. That’s a 0.000050″ tolerance band of allowable variance. In a world where ‘a half thou’ (0.0005″) is generally acceptable, we hold our tolerances 10x tighter!