Lewisville, need some one to reload for me

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by DeathMonkey1484, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. DeathMonkey1484

    DeathMonkey1484 Member

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    Hi all, im looking for some one in my area that would be willing to reload for me, and if they were, what all would you need from me, other than brass. Im inquireing on this because of prices and avalibality of ammo. The caliber i would need reloaded is .45 ACP. Any help would be great thanks
     


  2. The_Vigilante

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    If you find someone be aware of the liability issue. He is probably going to make you sign a waiver relieving him of any responsibility if you have an "accident" with one of his reloads.
     
  3. FM-793

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    Why not take the plunge and learn to reload for yourself? You can get kits to get you started for less than you might imagine, and you would then be able to roll your own.
     
  4. JKTex

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    Where are you looking and not finding any ammo? Between just the 8-10 Walmart's in the area you ought to be able to find something.
     
  5. DeathMonkey1484

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    well there are 2 walmarts in lewisville alone, and all they carry is blazer brass, and i dont like that stuff too much, and i work at bass pro in grapevine, and we just ran out of .45 ammo. But as for the reloading, i am gonna look into it my self, but hte deal is i live in an apartment, so space is limited, and i dont really have a work place to do that stuff.
     
  6. Millerwb

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    I reload on the kitchen table at the moment. Works just fine and does not take up much space to store everything.
     
  7. Rifleman55

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    It doesn't take much room to reload I lived in an efficiency apartment once and had a home made bench about two feet x three feet at that time I loaded all my ammo with a Rock Chucker bolted to it, I also had scales and a powder measure and a case trimmer. You just have to make the most of your bench space.
     
  8. JKTex

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    Ok, that explains it.

    I bought 2 cases of BB fro the one at 121 and Round Grove (they seem not to have been one of the stores watched close like the other ones) but I have no problem with Blazer Brass.

    They usually WWB as well, but that's some dirty stuff.
     

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