If you don' flair the case, you'll find it's very difficult to insert the projectile.
No gloves, they make my hands sweat.
Ruger LCP and LC9s are my go to EDC guns.
Good, anytime somebody gets over on Cabela's its a good thing.
I don't plan to be on main street at high noon, so I never timed my draw.
Most of my CCW guns are plastic, so I don't over do them....a few mags once or twice a year and their good to go.
My local shops have tons of ammo, but their prices are ultra high. Nobody here is buying at those prices.
Ruger LCP for warm weather pocket carry wearing shorts, and Ruger LC9 for wearing blue jeans with a belt.
Always , but the guns don't mind.
Lee Load ALL II , Been using it for years, reloaded thousands of shells. Makes reloads like factory ..... Also I use Promo powder, and...
Red Dot here, I use it for all my handgun loads, and shot shells too !
No gloves here either.
Pistol primers are a lot softer than rifle primers. I would not do it.
The Remington CEO said they are producing bullets 24/7, he didn't say primers/
But how long will it take to get these new plants up and producing ? I'm old, and don't have much time left .
I always have used BLC-2 with good results.
Throw that thing away and get a new die !
Take them apart and reuse the components
Lemishine works because of the citric acid in it. Why pay for Lemishine for only 10% citric acid, when you can buy just citric acid on the web...
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