So, @Nature Boy what decisions have you made? Where are you at in your load development?
The brass was free, so I have no sunk cost there. Maybe I will reload the brass one more time? The other issue is I plan to build two new ARs this...
I sorted all the brass by head stamp. Using a couple of pieces of brass, I set the Redding FL die to give me a length of 0.001 over SAAMI...
Thanks for the feedback!
After reading all of the replies, I think my big mistake was assuming brass was brass, and because it’s brass it will...
I have encountered an interesting problem. A colleague of mine gifted me a large box of .223 and 5.56 brass. I de-primed, wet...
This weekend I worked on about 1500 cases of 5.56
-removed the primer crimp
-annealed on the Annealeez.
Trail Boss? What is your recipe if you are inclined to share?
I set up my reloading room early June. I built the bench and hutch based largely upon inspiration I got from the pictures in this thread. I offer...
Thursday through today: De-capped and wet-tumbled about 1000 pieces of .223 brass.
I annealed about 500 pieces of .223 brass with my new Annealeez.
I don’t post very often, because most of the time I feel like I belong at the children’s table. That written, I gave salt bath...
Decapped and wet tumbled 150 pieces of .223 Rem and 50 pieces of 7.62x39.
Hahaha! Thanks, Duke.
If you zoom in closely you can just see the business end of a scale poking out on the shelf in the middle.
I finally got my reloading bench built, set up and ready to go.
Reloading Bench by AFDoc posted Jun 1, 2019 at 6:23 PM
Newly built bench. Finally set up today. 1 Jun 19
bds gets free beer for answering the “how.” Anytime you find yourself in S. TX, bds, come and visit. My beer fridge is always full.
Burn rates. Primer differences. Projectile physics. The more I learn about reloading/handloading, the more I realize I have...
Thank-you all for your excellent suggestions.
Do you have any other advice or thoughts?
Rested/supported or not, this is all fantastic shooting, gentlemen. I would guess that with the kind of skill you folks display, the differing...
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