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    6.5jap. mostly Norma and a few ppu

    Sent from my LGLS991 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by rp- View Post
    6.5jap. mostly Norma and a few ppu

    Sent from my LGLS991 using Tapatalk

    Sorry I don't have a pilot for that caliber
    Rifles, pistols, shotgun a bakers dozen

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    Quote Originally Posted by BennyS View Post
    $1100 with shipping and three caliber pilots. Expensive yes but I love I can anneal anywhere there is a plug! I compared my annealed Lapua to factory and they looked identical. I love that it is all programed so no guess on how long and it is fast. Annealing went from a pain in the butt to now I'll anneal after every shooting

    Holy crap!! I was expecting it to be pricey...but that's way out of my league. I guess I'll stick with my ol' propane torch.

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    I ordered a Giraud triway trimmer today.

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    It looks like I'll be playing for Team Blue soon. Buy once cry once right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabot_round View Post
    Holy crap!! I was expecting it to be pricey...but that's way out of my league. I guess I'll stick with my ol' propane torch.


    SR
    I felt the same way, even after I ordered it. Now using it was worth the money to me
    Rifles, pistols, shotgun a bakers dozen

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    Quote Originally Posted by orbitup View Post
    It looks like I'll be playing for Team Blue soon. Buy once cry once right?
    Congrats! That will be fun.

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    9.3X74R........Hornady brass, Speer 270 gr. HCSS, Federal Lg Rifle primers and 53.0 grains of Varget......for my Ruger No.1


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    I've been developing loads for the .458 Socom and .375 Socom (.300 Blackout, too) on the team for the local gun shop. We've worked together and tested many variations of the two calibers for many months, now. We used legal SBR's and silencer equipped rifles.

    Friend Karen and I both favor our 45-70 rifles for piggie guns. She went to to shoot her Marlin yesterday with a box of 300 grain cartridges......At $46 per box! Reloading 45-70 will be at the top of her list!

    The guys were pretty intrigued by the reloading, so two of them ordered Hornady starter kits and I'll teach them the "ropes" of reloading. We'll work on the reloading during slow times at the store. That's gonna be fun!

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    You gotta die of something.....it may as well be something that you like!

    My missing album is back! Thanks, guys! You can still access the photos by clicking this link:
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    Just loaded up 100 of four different rounds of the .223 69g SMK's. I think I'll burn them up ASAP. If its not raining here, I plan on taking care of them tomorrow.

    I finally got a bolt action .223 rifle. Shot a lot of rounds I made for my AR, but the bullets were way, way off the lands and my accuracy was in the 1.5 MOA range. I'm hoping these new rounds will be a lot better.

    I'm still loving me some CFE223 for metering. That stuff is unbelievably consistent.

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