IMO, if you are having difficulty sizing 9mm using Hornady dies on a LNL press, then something else is happening. I have an older Hornady...
Hornady Critical Duty......look at the research. Bullet weights are heavy and penetration/weight retention is excellent.
IMO, for pistol it's hard to beat Universal Clays or 231 (HP-38).
On the firearms side: Smith and Wesson and Ruger
Reloading: Rocky Mountain Reloading and Hornady
5 gallon bucket full of sand. Secure piece of cloth over the top and blast away.
You save a lot of time charging all the cases at once. Also, in my opinion, it is easier to recognize an overcharged case when you have the other...
Yep, also just cup my hand around top of powder measure. Makes a good funnel.
I run both Extreme and Powerbond 115 grain plated bullets at mid-jacketed velocities and have great results.
Springfield XDS in 45acp.
I've bought a lot of brass from sellers on ar15.com
Horseman61, the desk will be yours whenever you want it. I'm in no hurry....it's been sitting around for 10+ years.
Horseman61, you have a PM
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