25.0 grains of WC846
55 gr FMJBT bullet
Winchester small rifle primer
Yes, standard small rifle primers are fine in the Wolf brass.
Readjust your die so you have only a slight bell, the projectile should just barely fit in the flared case. Rifle cases (bottlenecks) don't get...
That's what your local gun shop is for....
Cabela's is way overpriced, I can do much better on the internet.
Been shooting the 1 oz loads for a while now, started when the price of lead went so high, trying to stretch that bag of lead.
When your primer is flat, you will know..... it will be like one solid piece of metal, from rim to rim.... Yours, are not anywhere near flat.
Dick's has Gun Clubs on sale right now for $4.98 per box, you can't reload much cheaper than that.
Another vote for Lee.
First choice is Lake City, followed by PPU .
The only thing I would buy in Cabella's was the S&B primers when they went on sale for $19.99. Since they don't carry them anymore, I have no...
If you have a source for lead, it's a great way to save money. If you have to buy lead, and the cost of shipping, it can be a break even at best.
So you have unknown old powder , laying around in a shed , in a coffee can , for who knows how long ? What could possibly go wrong ...........
Way too expensive, I Can do better on line, even with all the fees.
How about getting a scale ?
Get you smart phone out, make a video of the event, go to a club meeting, show the video.....let them handle it.
I use a solar dryer...........the sun.
Mine has reloaded over 6 thousand shells, over 3 years, still going strong.
New brass, I just prime and load...
CZ 75 D, and Beretta 92FS
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