I would too
Well I would definitely pick up some primers if you can get your hands on them. Then look in your manuals or powder websites for some data and try...
Buying suppressors that you're not able to shoot unless you are a member which is $400 to sign up then $40/month.
Another vote for suppressor! :thumbup:
I'm hoping it will be fine with 9mm and 300blk light loads powdercoated through a suppressor :confused:
It's the noodles from swaging and some rejected cores. Dissapoited it's gone now. I wonder if we talked about it too much. I may have mentioned it...
I think it might be worth saving up a few hundred extra for the Hyperion. Seems like it truly is next level....
Could be the tax collection. I tried to order from Rock Auto once and they wouldn't ship to me for the tax reason.
I use the squirel daddy off Amazon. Works well. I don't know if you can really go wrong with any of them since you set it where you want it. Look...
Did the SAF 5 year today
Grab Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook 4th edition. There's no powder coated specific loads if that's what you're asking. Use lead load data.
Eastwood Ford light blue and black airsoft BBs :thumbup:
Thank you for selling it to us for a good price, really appreciate it:thumbup:
So far Lyman
No wonder I got 8lbs for $100...:scrutiny: is there a reason why they discontinued it?
Did you add anything, such as tin? I was hoping to use RMR lead as is to cast 147gr 9mm and 225gr 300Blk subsonic loads.
Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook 4th edition is a good read
2017 when I bought my house and had the room. Started with .223.
Let us know how it goes! I ordered the Noe 147 gr mold to hopefully load up some coated sub rounds.
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