Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Mark_Mark, Jun 17, 2021.
They are measuring, using the case.
If you were designing or blending a propellant for a cartridge, you'd design it for ~100% case fill (without compression). This is a small step away (compressed, over 100% fill) but easy to achieve.
not going to lie, I kinda want a foot operated crimp machine! He’s definitely not just removing the bell off that case
The Dipper measure. No Lem Shine cleaning needed!
these guys would just scream in happiness over a Dillion 750! and a pair of sandals
That appeared to be a handguns bottle neck cartridge.
Insh’allah. As in, “Insh’allah, it will kill the other guy, not me”.
Lee probably designed the foot Crimp! but could not market it to the US market!
They could have sped things up using a vibrator. But their goat would have been upset!
I remember the older Khyber Pass videos with the kids reloading on a rock with a hammer. Wonder what their life expectancy was before a primer was ignited?
I feel bad for those little children. We have it good here in America, remember that every day!
I wonder how other people would laugh at us during our lean times, and whether we'd be as resourceful and resilient as they are.
The guy doesnt seem to worry about the primers being in a box like that! Kinda jealous of how many he has there as well.
Good point! a powder blend thats ment to be loaded to full case capacity. Sounds like a simple solution to a problem!!!
13g of lil’gun pushing 45g bullet… that sounds HOT!
Thank you for sharing a video of you reloading. I've long suspected that would be your system.
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