I use 4198 with 50 gr bullets in my 722.
If you look close at my profile picture you will see that it is 222 brass.
That's over twice as much as I'm willing to pay. I'm real glad that I don't need them "yet".
use the same sharpie on the case.
I have that exact scale. I use it to check weight of brass and bullets, but not powder.
Just so everyone knows that I don't always use a stool, here is the bench that I have been using for over 40 years.
All you have to do is put a little Imperial on the pin every so often and everything runs real smooth.
I have never crimped for 243, and I've been loading them for over 50 years.
[ATTACH]Sometimes you just have to break out the stool.
Not to be negative, but I wonder how many of these guys pay for their presses
I agree. both would be good alternatives. You could also try 4166.
That's what lock rings do.
Good to hear some enthusiasm from some younger reloaders in North Dakota
I stand corrected. I should have known better, because I had never seem the SI logo before.
If it is grey it is a Lyman. The ram linkage looks the same as my Lyman ST turret. It should use standard 7/8 dies.
I am left handed, but learned to shoot right handed, because all the rifles I had were right handed. Fast forward about 55-60 years, and due to...
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yeah, we made some money on fox too, before the coyotes took over. What part of ND were you at?
Back in the day, jackrabbits bought a lot of reloading supplies. A good fur would bring about $1.50 back in the 60s when a dollar was worth a lot...
I sort everything . It makes it easier to keep track of different lots. I try to keep each lot separate for as long as it lasts.
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