I used 1/2" ply framed with 1x2" for the fronts and then two layers of ply for the top with bolts and T nuts for my press.
Remember powder doesn't explode, it just burns fast. The explosion you get when firing a gun is due to the pressure build up from a fast burn and...
6" Ruger Blackhawk
Non-magnum primers have lead too don't they.
Anyway, here is my data in a similar format to yours
Bullet XTP XTP XTP XTP...
What is the reason for wanting only non-magnum primers?
Here you can see some of my labels
Spreadsheet (LibreOffice, not Excel). But I also print out 4x6 'recipe' cards for the bench.
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.
Separate names with a comma.