Thats ok, going slow is a good thing...i have been trying to dial it all in and get things to my preference, not concentrating on mass production yet. once i get it all right, then they will be cranked out.
so far, 250 rounds.
cheaper? yeah, i probably paid near normal B&M pricing, 35$/1000 and 21$ for 1lbs H335. i live in mass, where we cannot purchase online primers/powder.I had one of those a while back and loved it but I got mine before the powder measure had the interchangeable metering inserts so as long as I was doing one type of round it was golden. In the end I sold it and went back to the cheaper Hornady press but since they added the interchangeable pieces for the powder measure I wish I had it back. My reloading kit has more than paid for itself with just the 7mag reloads I do since I use the Hornady 139 grain interbonds. The just some advice on powder and primers they are much cheaper at gun shows and are about the only reason I seem to go to gun shows anymore.
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I like youtube.you can check out this guy... ultimatereloader. his videos are some of the best qualities, plus he uses and shows you how on many different brands/types of presses.Dammit! I really need to get into reloading.
Not to de-rail your thread, but does anybody know of a website that compares reloaders? Eventually I'd like to crank out 9mm, .45ACP, .357Mag, 5.56, .308, .300BLK, and .300WinMag.
I have absolutely no clue in what I would need, but I know I need to stop pissing my brass away.
7, 6, 5, 3, 2, 1, 4i wouldn't have derailed the brown santa thread but i have issue's with duc so i thought id stop in
as far as brown santa goes View attachment 1492 okay i have done my damage you may have your thread back sir ....Btw nice score on the goodies...
and just for fun you might want to get to know zee on zuks he's the guy with the reloading museum in his garage,,,,,,,,