shoot, that aluminum Lee C-frame press is only $30-ish from Midway.. cheaper than a set of RCBS dies..
OK.. I don't even know where to go with that..
most generally, you use lead bullet data for plated bullets..
IF you can find it at all,
and if you can, good luck finding anything other than 7 1/2, 8 & 9..
Nope. You can buy the cheap-o aluminum hulled...
It's on it's way back..
LGS last week was stocked with all the popular stuff except 2400, IMR4227 and RL7
11gr provides all the bang I need..
why is it I only remember this thread AFTER I have received an order???
I seat that same bullet to the base of the cone.. but my P90 has a rather short throat
when I first read this, the thought that went through my head was "Who got happy with the pocket reamer?"
I think I'd never buy anything there..
A: you have no way of knowing exactly WHAT you are buying.. extremely important in our hobby..
B: what ELSE...
I'm not sure about that one.. I think they are different heights
I was just gonna ask the same question..
off to the LGS for a pound or so..
you can still buckle a case with it..
don't ask, just trust me on that one..
it does take a little more doing, but it is possible..
yeah. just separate them so you don't waste a large primer,
other than that, it's brass. Load it, shoot it, repeat.
that's what they make tumblers for
I found it odd that VV doesn't list data for the 44 Mag., but DID for 500 S&W.
I dunno. I'd almost tell you you'd be happier with N110,...
No. They're not.
order enough of it, they'd headstamp it "OBAMA KMA" if you wanted them to..
It's hard to beat a MEC 600
That being said, chilled lead is FIFTY BUCKS for 25lbs right now..
The only reloading I'm doing shotgun-wise,...
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