I have pretty much transitioned from bulk loading to load-as-ya-go.
In general, that would be a minimum of 100 rounds of just about anything.
It's not like it was in the Good Old Days when I could use up all of my H110 loading 30 Carbine and then run out and get more for my .357 any time I...
Thank you from me as well! I thought it would be a great little bit of warmth to add to our obsession.
But please note, I made sure to deflect blame to Geo in my initial post.:rofl:
He's a baaaaad influence! LOL
As a side note... my wife has really enjoyed this thread.
She could care less...
That is amazing! You did great. I think it was worth every penny.
I'm curious. When did you send it in / get it back?
I contacted Ruger about one of my Blackhawks.
I asked if they had a barrel in stock and if they would replace my existing barrel.
Their reply on 07/13/2023 was...
Geo made me smile in another post and gave me this idea.
I don't know if we have already done this.
Boo (came home on Halloween) was a rescue.
2/3 Great Pyrenees and 1/3 Anatolian.
He is an awesome lap dog and reloading companion.
He just turned 5 :)
Post up folks.
I can't be the only one...
I wore pants in the reloading room (shop) today! PANTS.... as in Levi Jeans!!!!
I replaced the In Line Fab universal mount that I robbed from the bench so I could mess around with ammo inside the house while it was well over triple digits in the shop.
I now have the ability to move between spaces.
Thanks for posting.
I have been wanting to ask this for quite awhile, but I figured I'd get lectured since I have not researched it very much and may have missed something.
I have 3 x 2/lb Jugs and 3 x 9/oz Bottles on hand. Looks like I'd better make it last.