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Made a list and checkin it twice

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by VetteV12, Jan 27, 2008.

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  1. VetteV12

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  2. RustyFN

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    Two things. I don't think you will be happy with the FA reloading stand. You are going to want a sturdy bench for a LNL AP. When you use the Hornady one shot make sure you shake it very good or it won't lube the cases very good and you will stick a case. I use one shot without any problems. I shake it good, put around 100 223 cases in a one gallon ziplock bag and spray a couple of shots in the bag. Then I zip it closed and swish the cases around for a few minutes. Pour them out and let dry for a couple of minutes and you are ready to go. I'm not familiar with the LNL so I don't know if you are missing anything but it looks like you are starting out with a good setup. Welcome to reloading.
    Rusty
     
  3. bigbird1

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    primers and powder are better to buy local, most places charge a 20.00 hazmat fee . it only works out if you buy to the max in product they allow in one shipment. I like the lee trimmer better and is way cheaper. I have a inline timmer and hate it. I use a drill with the lee and comes out perfect every time. also on the walnut shells they are cheaper at petsmart in the bird section. 25lbs is like 15.00 , some say walmart is cheaper, but mine doesn't have any . also the Lock n load is top notch your list looked about like mine when I got mine for chirstmas. when starting out don't try to do all the steps at once , do them one at a time to get the hang of it. and with the die bushings it makes it a snap to take one out and put one in. good luck
     
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