I'm doing minimalist for .357 as well, I made a small 6/12 loading block and here I'm using dippers and a trickler, but once I have a load I like...
I made a small one using parts from an inkjet printer[ATTACH]
That works if you don't have kids. my dining room table is currently a fort and the kitchen table is covered in math homework.
my issue is i have kids and one with special needs so i only get a few minutes to myself when he showers. so by the time i setup a portable bench...
so far I've only loaded .357 with my hand press. My turret has only done a couple hundred rounds of 9mm.
I do batches of each step.
I'm using one for my range/load testing now, here's a small screen shot.
I'm trying to find a good video site to upload too.
Here's a screencap of one of my videos
I put my camera beside my 'range' and call out the velocity as I shoot. so I can review later.
I used the white countertop laminate that places like lowes and home depot sell.
Its kind of mad scientisty :)
Anyone use technology? I bought an action camera and stick it beside me on the range so I can watch how I shoot.
I keep sort of a journal for each range trip and write down what I did/learned/practiced.
I have a few with #9 that I need to test, interested to see your results.
I made my own target with blanks for all the load data.
My farm/range is past phone reception so I have to have everything local instead of in the cloud so I can still access wherever I go.
I use a...
titegroup and unique starting load would cycle fine for me but 700x did not. So I'd say it depends on the powder.
Wasn't in the reloading room instead was at the table. Some test loads
I remember reading this in the Lewis and Clark journals.
2400 is a high velocity powder https://www.alliantpowder.com/products/handgun.aspx
and you don't need high velocity for poking holes in papers.
I started reading it, about 1/2 way through.
couple small issues:
1. He says Kennedy was on his boat shooting an select fire AR-15, wouldn't that...
hmm, my lee dies for .38/.357 didn't come with a washer, I was thinking of finding one.
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