Looking for a mentor

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by thorkyl, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. thorkyl

    thorkyl Active Member

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    Ok folks, I am totally lost now.

    I have read the ABC's a couple of times and am even more lost.

    Does anybody in the Houston area load 30 carbine or 38/357 or .308 that would be willing to take an ignoramous under their wing for a few basic lessons at your bench or mine?

    Purchased the Lee Deluxe Turret Press Reloading Kit and some dies.

    I would like to just see the process in action so I can relate it to the books.
     


  2. Texas42

    Texas42 TGT Addict

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    Just going to say, it always helps to get another manual.

    Any particular problem?
     
  3. thorkyl

    thorkyl Active Member

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    I think I am suffering from too much information, or I am attempting to read more into than it truly is.

    I understand the basic's but its the process
    How hard to pull the lever, humidity effects and such
     
  4. ZakBradshaw

    ZakBradshaw New Member

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    Pull the lever until it stops and then back. Zak.
     
  5. thorkyl

    thorkyl Active Member

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    Never thought of YouTube, must be suffering from craniumrectumitis again
     
  6. ZakBradshaw

    ZakBradshaw New Member

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    Haha... Hope the video helps. Zak.
     
  7. Texas42

    Texas42 TGT Addict

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    Don't worry, before long you'll start to look at progressive presses and . . . .
     
  8. country_boy

    country_boy TGT Addict

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    Im to that point.. lol

    :rofl:

    I have the same lee turret press. Its a good press IMO.
     

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