Wait a little while. I expect the value to go up. Reloaded ammo could fund a nice retirement account :)
Graphite lube has solved that issue for me. Clean the slide up real well and then a shot of dri-lube graphite on the friction surfaces.
Not a knock on Lee at all. I like and use their stuff and have for many years. Lee Loader is how I started almost 50 yrs ago.
Just read several...
Yes, they 'reprint with permission' but their info is often many years old.
Some of the Lee reloading products are pretty good but they are...
I replaced the backup lights in my Jeep with LEDs and they really light things up back there.
I don't think that it's bashing to point out a 'miss' from a factory's QC. It could help motivate someone to look a little closer at their own batch.
Makes a BIG difference. As the years click by, I have found that I need more light and contrast!
My AR shot that same load well. Just a little more showed pressure signs so I stuck right around there.
Mink oil or neutral shoe polish works.
My lube method lubes both.
Squish the Berrys lengthwise with some pliers to make it 'fatter' and then try again.
Good luck to all of you guys with your hunts. Regular visitors in my back 'yard' are a scraggly little 8" spike buck, a little better 6 pt. and a...
Gravity will never let you down. Just don't bang your scale around and keep the 'movement' clean.
Check weights are really overkill if you have...
Exactly why it has always been published that if you change ANY component in a load that you've developed, back off and work back up to it.
Easy enough to confirm your suspicions if you have a chronograph.
Duplicate the weight and bullet and see how your load compares.
Yep, I have loaded many up at the top end and they do just fine but for me (as I could have disclaimed earlier) standard loads have not...
Not sure but my Marlin 1894 handles them just fine.
I did learn that there was no reason for 'Ruger only' loads since the 45 Colt normal (not...
Looking back through some of my notes, I got great results with 52 and 53 gr Sierras as well. Looks like it's very close to H335 on the burn rate...
It does very well with 69 and 75gr bullets at 500yds.
Good to know. That makes it sound pretty versatile. I typically use ball powder for the smaller stuff.
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