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I have used the attached system since 1991. Prior to that was note pads and index cards. This gives me everything in one place. I staple notes...
I have never sold a tool. I did give away a feeler gauge to one of my sons though.
Back to the original challenge. I take the cartridge case from which I wish to cut off the head for jewelry, enlarge the flash hole as you do...
My 550 and 650 each have the ball handle, which usually work just fine. When they sometimes get draggy, I wear a white, lightweight glove that I...
Thanks for the info. Downloading app right now.
Hornady One Shot. I read and follow the label instructions. Never had a stuck case.
My all-day-long, every day, prescription indoor and sun glasses have safety lenses. I always select frames that provide a greater than usual...
Thanks folks! I wanna try this!
I hand prime for my single stage with an elderly, but strong, RSBS hand priming tool. I let Dillon prime on my 550 and 650.
Also consumer products. A Pringles lid replaced a lost cap for a camera lens hood. Maybe check kitchenware/storage at a dollar store.
No, it hasn't happened yet and I doubt that it will. Kinda fussy that way.
Never seen the need for magnum primers with any of the powders that I have used (Bullseye, Unique, W231/HP-38) for .38 Special.
I use the Speer plastic shot capsules. Just watch crimp pressure.
Bought 25# of #9 shot. Can make .357 & .44 loads until the end of (my) time....
Unique meters just fine though my Pacific (Hornady) Deluxe Powder Measure if I come to a solid, firm, "tap" at top and bottom stops (this is,...
I have 8 sets of RCBS because they work well,
5 sets of Dillon because the wider case opening makes my Dillon presses run smoother,
2 Lee (1...
When necessary, I use pliers like those above except that I use a strip of leather between the jaws and the ring.
Thread went from "Impact" to "3 IMPACT D" to "3-D" to "TEXAS".
For what it's worth, some years ago when doing a lot of USPSA...
Twelve, if you count Special and Magnum separately. They are the following in no particular order:
Separate names with a comma.