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|March 14, 2012, 09:56 AM||#1|
Join Date: January 21, 2004
Location: Norra Texas
Reloading Library of Wisdom
What clever little things have you "invented or discovered" that you can share?
Lead Poisoning --Valuable Health Information
For the New Reloader: Thinking about Reloading; Equipment Basics -- READ THIS FIRST
Questions on Costs of handloading
How much crimp? Lee FCD guidance sought.
Show us a picture of your reloading bench
45ACP Small Primer cases
The "Plunk" Test
Incipient Case Head Separation
Primer Choice And Sizing for M1 Garand
Primer Safety - A series of unfortunate events ( WARNING : GRAPHIC, VERY )
Are CCI 400 small rifle and CCI 550 small pistol magnum the same primer?
Are these two powders the same?
In memory of rcmodel:
Support THR by becoming a Contributing Member. Texans should be a member of the Texas State Rifle Association.
Trying to alter human behavior by regulating objects has been historically proven a fools errand, and yet is the fundamental underlying premise of gun control.
A conclusion is not a destination, it's simply a convenient place to stop thinking.
Reading a thing doesn't automatically make it so, and repeating it doesn't necessarily make it any truer.
I cried because I had no shoes, until I met a man who had no class.
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