As @Varminterror posted, MDT 12 rounder, slight stagger under the center fed top round to make it the same height as a standard AICS 10 round.
You can, it will just work the brass a little more than needed. Will that matter? Might not at all.
I just changed lots of RL-15, and the difference was substantial.
An old retired race gun when I bought it. It had an Aimpoint 5000 on it, which I put on my 9MM AR. It's a bad motor scooter. :)
The mags with the back spacer are intended for the 6 BR class of cartridges, 6 BR, 6BRA, 6 BRX, etx. 6GT uses standard AICS type mags. Mt buddy...
I never deburr/chamfer auto pistol cases, never an issue. Revolver brass yes, auto no.
After the Clinton shortage, small by comparison, I started keeping a min 3K max 5K of each type of primers for the “working“ stock, then slowly...
Yea, reloading is something where you want to read and re-read instructions, and check/double check everything you do, even when you’re experienced
Treasure of the Sierra Madre.
Nah, baby boomers don’t read instructions. :D
Same load you shoot in your pistol.
As long as it is not too long for the cylinder, you're OK.
Where you can roll crimp into the cannelure. Adjust max powder charge if needed vs OAL in load book.
Won’t hurt a thing done properly
Sure have. :)
Mine works OK, but I prefer the one that takes shell holders. Probably just me, but cases pop out of it now and then.
Center to center. If you are serious, get the attachment for your caliber.
Standard dies will load great ammo, but if you have an accurate gun, and will get serious about loading for it with quality bullets, then a set of...
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