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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Moonpie, Aug 6, 2015.
Don’t they all? Unless you buy a specific decapper?
I was referring to the decapping being a separate process. No clue if they are all that way. I prefer to save a step and do them both at once.
Well did another big box, have a big sams club pretzel container and some to go.
That's a bunch right there.
If that's military brass make sure you use a de-crimping tool on the primer pockets.
Going to get a Dillon swager eventually, also need a scope for my AR before I waste any reloads.
I hear ya, but I just use pick up brass, and it's got God knows what on the outside of it - so I use a decapper and clean it before I put it in the sizer die.
What did I do in the reloading room today?
Packed it, took 3 days. Since I am an undesirable conservative with lots of faults like believing in God and defending our constitutional rights and a gun enthusiast. I decided to take Governor Homo up on his invitation to exit the politically pathetic state of NY. Moving to Texas.
+1 on depriming singly, then I pin tumble. Next I decrimp, resize and hit each case with my Giraud triway/dewalt and go to town.
AKMike, I'm sure it seems like a lot of cash going out to get set up but it can be done slowly/over time.