Prepping Rifle Brass 4 Precision – K&M Neck Turner Setup – Starline Brass

Eagle Eye Shooting | January 17th, 2019

It may be time-consuming but it’s very rewarding

Brass prep is an essential part to set up for success. Emphasized in this video is the importance of head space. I go over the tools I use to set up Starline Quality Match Brass to perform the best it can for your precision handloads. With all the effort spent getting to the range, setting up and lining up your shot, having that impact hit where you want makes it all worth while. Here’s some of the tools I’m using.

 

 

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CharlieBrassStuffer
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Kenny…I just don’t know why you do all this work?

Your going to end up shooting all your bullets into just one little hole!

OMG . . . ! . . . it’s OCD ! ! ! 😉

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Great video man, I love the animations and the pan shots I really need to figure out how to do that better. I tried to do one by hand but it looks pretty durn amateur hour. Great content too and all within 6:08 you are really hitting all the boxes man.
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just going to start reloading belted mag I’ve read that neck sizing and turning will help prolong brass life on the 375 H&H have you noticed this or is it just arcane thinking?

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sorry for cross posting this I’ve read that neck turning and sizing helps to prolong case life as well I’m setting up to reload for 375H&H and case life is a concern for me. Have you noticed this with your cases does neck sizing and cutting help? The video shows some great ideas for equipment needed to do this operation keep up the great vids