I give away the SP 45 brass to people that want to load 45, but have no brass. We did a run for a friend of mine of 2000 rounds a couple of years...
Im easily confused sometimes :)
I just cull anything with a step in the case as I decap.
Id be happy with a 7 station Hornady press for about $700 to be honest.
Same here. I just cull them as I decap before tumbling.
Those are the ones I have found and tossed.
Good advice here!
I do the same. Most of my dies are Hornady, but I buy Lee FCDs, and Lyman M-dies to cover features that my basic dies cant do.
I do the same. Its simple, brass is dry overnight.
Yeah, they are good people too. It is crazy expensive, but if thats the only game it town? I guess another factor is how many firings can you...
Thanks gents. Ill guess I will give it a shot.
Do you use the Armorall to remove lanolin based lubes?
I use OneShot for pistol, just smooths out the action of the press. Just a light pass, and let dry for 10 minutes. I will also use OneShot once...
Oh so true.... :)
If you are going subs only, and just for plinking, I would shoot HiTek coated 200+ grain bullets.
These guys make everything. However, they are expensive.
Thats what I have kids for! :rofl:
Want to shoot? Police up that brass...
Blue, red, green, who cares. As long as you enjoy what your doing, thats all that matters.
That being said, the LnL can and does test peoples...
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