film495 hit the nail on the head. All I have in my room(10x12) is a dehumidifier. The temp is stable year-round.
No crimp fro me either. Never found it to be needed.
I leave the primer in place. I make a 180 gr lead tip round nose bullet. They shoot pretty good so far. I haven't had a chance to do any...
I make 30 caliber bullets out of 5.7x28 brass.
I've used primers from the fifties without a problem. Powder from the eighties no problem.
I put a couple of capfuls of mineral spirits in my tumbler. The brass comes out clean and shiny.
My Austrian Wrendl. A pain to load for but fun to shoot.
I had the same problem with my 650. Got the timing where it needed to be. Nary a problem since.
Can you point me to an online source where the restriction on live ammo is made clear? I thought the restriction had not taken effect because...
Legal to ship yo NY. I am a dealer in NY. Loaded ammo is restricted not components.
If you are using UPS or Fed Ex, you need to go to a terminal not a store. The stores are not allowed to ship firearms.
308 or 300 Savage
I have both, I reload. 308 ammo will be less expensive than 300 Savage ammo. That being said, keep the 308. My $.02 worth.
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