Are you asking for 1 primer to light everything from 25 ACP to 50 BMG??
Nope sorry, ain't gonna happen.
It's available at Wallyworld.
That's where I got mine.
Couldn't agree more.
Your gun, you do as YOU want and to heck with those who don't like it.
Lay out the scenario to your friend & see what he says.
One if these days, I have to get an Iver Johnson.
I had a Great Uncle who went by the name of Iver Johnson.
When the family came over from Norway...
I used to assist a friend in teaching a Concealed Carry class.
I can't tell you how many times a woman would show up with a gun that she couldn't...
And you get to tailor your ammo to your gun and your likes.
Shooting & reloading is the bomb. ;)
My experience as well.
Mine was originally $99.95
They also repair 'em at 50% or more off MSRP.
Mine's been shot several times & they fix it so...
Oh, start by reading 2-50 reloading manuals.
I would say the Lyman's was the most helpful.
Current edition is #50
Bawwaawwaaaa, you funny girl.
Please don't think I'm laughing at you, I'm laughing with you.
To set you straight....
Reloading your own costs...
What I would do is if you can just size like 12 or 15 and shoot'em and then take 12 or 15 bullets that are not sized and shoot them let's see what...
I have a Traditions in 44 mag.
And 2 Ubertis all 3 of them handle very nicely
I was sceptical of the Traditions/Pietta. But turned out just fine
I wish more companies treated us like the gun/shooting society.
No such thing as too many.
The important number is date printed.
Powder manufacturers can at times change the chemical composition.
While I have...
I've never owned a 32/20.
I would've more than just tempted to add another caliber to reload. :what: ;)
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