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What did you do today in the world of reloading?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Moonpie, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    What's a 1050?
     


  2. Deavis

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    I know but tooling a Camdex for 500S&W is just too expensive for how little I run.
     
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  3. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    What's a Camdex?
     
  4. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Just givin' ya' a hard time! :green:
     
  5. rotor

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    Loaded 50 .32ACP Lehigh Defense 55 gr. using new Starline brass, True Blue Powder, Winchester small pistol primers. Not easy to load with my Lee Turret. Cases are very fragile. Why am I doing this? Sometimes you carry a mouse and nice to have a more potent mouse in that mouse gun.
     
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  6. TxStetson

    TxStetson Usually Here TGT Supporter Lifetime Member

    I had been neglecting the reloading lately, and had lots of stuff just piled up on the workbench. Since its starting to cool off now and I have 2 new calibers to start reloading, (6.5 CM and 10 mm) I decided it was time to get organized.

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  7. xdmikey

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    I guess everyone uses coffee cans(plastic)these days but I've found that while the creamer jars hold less the screw on lids allow for better stacking.

    I moved on to the harbor freight ammo boxes since the guy from arfcom's business took off and he doesn't have time/space to sell the ammo cans.
     
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  8. texasjohnboy

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    Loaded 200 rounds of 9mm last night, 135gr Berrys plated round nose over 3.5gr of titegroup. Confirmed my suspicions that the hornady powder drop is far superior to the lee auto disk.
     
  9. rp-

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    Last night I won another FB raffle for dies, brass, and mags. Opted for a credit I stead and using that to try to win a labradar chrono
    I'm a poor reloader. I steal Ziploc bags from the kitchen when my.wife isn't looking. I do have a bunch of small ±1 gal buckets from work I use when processing brass though. After any brass is primed it usually goes into one of those buckets until I can load it. They hold about 450x 223 cases with the lid on. About 500x without the lid. I think about 750x 45acp.



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  10. rp-

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    It's not about how deep it goes, it's about what it does inside you



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