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Couples and reloading...

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by missystockholm, Mar 19, 2021.

  1. Blue Jays

    Blue Jays Member

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    Good for you with enjoying the shared hobby and the new acquisition.
    Generally speaking I advocate keeping and maintaining durable goods.
     
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  2. lightman

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    My Wife has hunted and shot with me for years. But she has not shown any interest in reloading. She would be welcome if She did, but She don't. She runs the kitchen and I run the loading room! Its worked well that way for 45 years! She does tolerate me drying brass in the oven and I often use a part of the kitchen counter to sort brass.

    Presses! I would keep both. There may be a time that you only want to load a few and not want to reconfigure the Dillon. There are a lot of things that you can do easier on a single stage than on a progressive. Things like depriming before tumbling, swaging crimped primer pockets, pulling bullets, ect.
     
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  3. gunlaw

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    Sounds COVID-19 related.
     
  4. daniel craig

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    Looks like I need to move to ND
     
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  5. Jim Watson

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    A friend's wife loaded their shot shells... lots of them for trapshooting; and he loaded the rifle ammo, for which he cast a lot of the bullets.
     
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