What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today?

When mother nature dares you to go to the range.

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 2

You seriously contemplate things because you really want to get out and compete in the 300 Blackout Challenge on The Reloaders Network.

Instead you concede and head to the reloading lair. You prepare some of your tried and true 220SMK loads.

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 4

Just in case things don’t go right with your favorite load you bring a backup, because you know it can’t be the shooter 🙂

208gr ELD

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 6

While you’re at it you decide to get prepared for your next hog hunt and prepare what you have branded Thor’s Hammer.

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 8

With hopes of dropping one of these again

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 10

 

Jan 20

Reloaded some 300 Blackout. I just love the Sheridan Gauge, I let it tell me what the COAL should be with my 203gr lead bullets. Sure enough when it fits in this gauge the bolt closes easy.

 

What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 12 What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 14 What Did You Do In Your Reloading Room Today? 16

Share this:

11
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
dillrepair
dillrepair

saw that case gauge… sweet. sheridan? just googled it was so interested. why aren’t they all made this way?

Pat westcovinadodge
Pat westcovinadodge

Today I moved the jacketed bullets to a new shelf, organized the powder.

Keith429421
Keith429421

Today I, separated range brass, and prepped some 300 Blackout brass and then loaded a few subsonic rounds with 220 grain bullets and 1680. I might have to join in on the 300 Blackout Challenge!

MCK
MCK

Funny you ask, a few of us were gonna meet up and have some group therapy but owner posted they were closed today, so I did a lil reorganizing prepped some brass

The Range Squirrel
The Range Squirrel

Today, absolutely nothing. I changed jobs a month ago and now leave the house at 4:30AM. I get home early enough to play at the bench, but the old body hasn’t adjusted to the time shift yet.
Two weeks ago I went to the range to shoot some ladder loads, I picked up my brass and a ‘few extra pieces’ and began the case cleaning and prep process.
Good luck on the 300 Blk Challenge.

The Reloading Press
The Reloading Press

Great write up. I may follow suit with this format for reloading days. Thank you sir.
Nathan

ageingstudent
ageingstudent

Today? Packing it all up for an impending move. So many happy memories and some sad ones. It’s a surprisingly emotional experience even if it’s for good reasons.