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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Moonpie, Aug 6, 2015.
Didn’t trim jack but got 10k Win SPPs for $250. Time to load some 9s.
I tumbled a bunch of brass. It was a mix of 357, 44, 308, and 45-70. Too hot in the garage to do much else.
I got cabin fever and went out in the garage and cast up a big pile of bullets using a new to me H&G 78 mold.
I have a pile of .357 brass to prep...maybe I'll have something to report tomorrow.
I'm moving very soon so I won't have much time to reload. Hopefully I'll be set back up by the end of next month.
Got in some powder
Got the Sig conversion ironed out after some serious seating issues
Figured out a slight first seater cant on my backup 9mm setup. Damn that cover plate, wish I'd looked there first
And worked through a sensor change and a bunch of TAA ringers, hate that brass.
Made some 9 too...
You ever go on Facebook? I am part of a reloading group and the guy that runs the group has his own supply shop. He doesn't always have bulk powder like that but he just had 3 huge drums like that looking to offload them. His company is called redeye reloading.
His Facebook group is just called redeye now:
For everyone else, this is also the group that does the reloading raffles. If anyone's interested in getting in on raffles join the group and tell them you came from texasguntalk forum. They have links to the raffle page and they do them every Wednesday plus random ones throughout the week. Currently there's still one ongoing for an AR upper.
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Got 500 223 cases R2L(ready to load), working on getting 1000 more in the same condition.
Does anyone else do it this way? If I like it I’ll continue doing it. I have enough loaded in mags for the way I shoot now to last until Turkey Day.
Next I need to start loading 308 for my inbound RRA Predator.
Coated some H&G 78 bullets, cast and coated some 9mm bullets and started casting some RCBS 201KT .45 bullets.