Reloading .223 Remington: Swaging Brass and Removing Primer Crimp The Reloader DudeRifle Pistol Shotgun Shooting. Reloading Topics. Reloading Product Reviews. You can see all of my social media links on my Author page.
A few days ago I posted a couple pictures on Discord of the 4″ PVC extended drum wet tumbler I was putting together following Tree Top Flier’s recent updated video. One of the details he pointed out was the interrupters The Range SquirrelI owned a Marlin 60 since 1987, but never really got ‘into’ guns […]
Welcome back, reloaders! Let’s get down too it. I was browsing through Brownells website the other day and decided to try out the famous Forster Micrometer Seating dies and do a review. I’ve heard a lot of hype around Micrometer dies in general and especially this one. If you follow any of […]
I bring my DIY brass prep center to it’s conclusion. Could or should I have just bought a commercial solution like the Frankford Arsenal? Maybe, but I already had a World Finest Trimmer before the Frankford Arsenal unit with the universal trimmer came to market. The Range SquirrelI owned a Marlin 60 since 1987, but […]
After watching several videos of this newish die, with myself being without a dedicated decapping die, I ordered one. The website was a bit troublesome to get to the Web Shopping Cart but finally got it going from the top again. There was no direct link. Arrrggggggghhhhhh!!! After I had looked around at all the […]
The procedure I use to clean my brass. This is an older video I had. Thought maybe it would help someone who is just getting started into reloading Maxx Bear
It looks funny BUT IT DID WORK TOO !!! This is a video I made about 1 year 360 day ago. So I’m posting it also. Maxx Bear
It looks funny. BUT IT DID WORK !!! This is a video I never posted from 2 years ago. Maxx Bear
I discuss my interest in reloading, full length resizing, trimming, and demonstrate my general clumsiness and excessive verbosity. HappyCurmudgeonI am a passionate follower of Jesus Christ. I live with my lovely wife, three children, and my Dachshund in Southeast Texas. I am a veteran of the United States Navy. I enjoy shooting, reloading, history, and […]
In this video I would like to demonstrate the Lyman Case Trim Xpress™. Even extreme trimming opperations can be done very fast and easy. WiederladerTvhttps://wiederlader.tv/
Cleaning Brass Cases by hand with homemade cleaning solution. Dawn soap, lemon juice and hot water, clean brass safely and effectively. This is my process for cleaning brass cases prior to re-using them and reloading them. My hope is this video helps people understand how to use this method or their own similar method to […]
Today I want to share how I clean my brass cartridge cases, inexpensively and thoroughly, without the use of mechanical devices or expensive equipment. I want to say up front, I see the benefit of ultrasonic cleaners and brass tumblers that have special solutions or stainless steel pin tumbling media. I am not trying to […]
In this weeks video we turn some Federal brass and test it to see if we achieve smaller groups with our 147 ELD-M COAL test. We use Reloder 26 and duplicate the identical test that we ran with the same lot of brass that was not neck turned. Velocity and group data is shown at 150 yards.
Alternate methods of swaging military crimps, and the Lee Hardness Testing kit for cast bullets. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Today I present part two in my series on getting started reloading: “Picking the needed equipment”. Hopefully you already read part one and decided to continue. In everything we do let us remember to do things safely and carefully. My guidelines here are to help you pick the needed equipment to reload your own ammunition […]
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In this video, I present and discuss a large rotary tumbler that I built using mostly salvage materials that I was able to get free or very cheaply. Although the video focusses on the tumbler design and doesn’t really go into its uses, tumblers like this have a variety of applications in reloading, ranging from […]
RCBS swaging die, cast 30-30 bullets, and 84 year old 30.06 brass Jerry 19112A On A Budget
The Lyman primer pocket reamer is a great affordable tool to remove military crimps from brass.
More preparation on 84 year old 30.06 brass using Lyman tools. Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Cleaning, annealing and sizing 84 year old 30.06 brass. Will it work? Jerry 19112A On A Budget
Checking if drying brass in a food dehydrator will get rid of water spots and dry the brass quicker than my old way of doing it.
How I do my bottleneck case prep using my Frankentools