More reloading supplies

Jesse B Outdoors | April 24th, 2019

 

Picked up some more reloading supplies today.

 

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Bigger behind the trigger
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Bigger behind the trigger

Nice slowly but surely you will get a reloading room set up. It’s an addictive thing reloading is. So far I have been ahead if the cost for the ammunition. If I get too far ahead of myself I just crank out a few thousand rounds and the equipment pays for it self. I have been hammering away at the Lee single stage press for 5 years. That equipment has paid for itself in spades. Let’s just see how long it takes to get ahead of the new room. I love my Lyman all American turret kit. I like the… Read more »

lkwebb1969
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lkwebb1969

I understand the need for a universal tray, but after bumping and knocking a few 223 cases over.i broke down and bought the frankford arsenal trays., they are caliber specific and much nicer fit

45coltslinger
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45coltslinger

You now officially have the bug.
Enjoy!
MAGA !

The Range Squirrel
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The Range Squirrel

At first it was just relaxing to sit down with some music playing, pick a middle of the road recipe and reload and shoot
Then I did a few ladder loads and found a better load. Cool! Confidence improving, I started playing with distance to rifling and group sizes dropped further. Now I’ve bought a chrono and proper case comparitor and am drooling over turret presses.
All that said, you can take it as far as you want go. It is addictive, every good group is another ‘fix’.

tcoz
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tcoz

You were obviously never vaccinated against “Reloaders Disease”. It’s a very insidious disease that slowly eats away at your brain until you can no longer resist buying a reloading tool or accessory a few times a week. Speaking from experience, there is no cure.