Neck Turning Tools
Spud says..."There are two main instances for needing to neck turn. One is when we would do a so called "cleaning cut", where we aim to clean up 80% of the neck surface. This process will help even out the highs and lows in the brass thickness. When we are using bushing dies to control our neck tension, this type of neck turning will aid a more uniform neck tension and grip on the projectile. The second reason would be for taking the neck thickness down to a desired thinner wall thickness, for use in "tight neck" custom guns.