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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Moonpie, Aug 6, 2015.
Thanks rip-; I think that's the one I was thinking of. I'll check it out.
Fair warning. I havent actually used it. I do mine on a single stage press with a piece of tube that drops them into a water bottle.
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I hear good things but have never tried one.
I've got all the brass sorted and cleaned. I now have just over 10 gallons of 9mm brass and 12 gallons of .45 ACP brass.
If I had no loaded ammo on hand I'd have a LOT more brass.
I also consolidated my primer and powder stash. I have more pistol primers than I thought I did....but I still need/want more. I've got about a 12 month supply of both large and small pistol primers on hand. I'd like to get it up to 24 months.
I'm abt 15 mi East of Kaufman but if a major fire ever breaks out over there someone holler as I want to go further East, fast.
It could be one hell of a show.
Solid advice from a friend on rifle brass sizing for the best accuracy.
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Finally completed my .40s&w project for all practical purposes(all are dry tumbled & bulge busted)and most are decapped.
Next project will be trimming .357 for crimping uniformity.
Loaded some big boys
Reamed some holes in a block
Found some water in a brass barrel, ugh..
Bought a new manual for fun
And loaded about 10k 40 Short and Weak today before setting up for 10mm
What the... wait a minute!
Oh, it’s Deavis.