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Pay it Forward in Reloading

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by blarby, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. medalguy
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    medalguy Senior Member

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    Might as well post what you need. There are a few of us with extra stuff that we would be willing to donate to a new reloader.
     
  2. ole farmerbuck

    ole farmerbuck Senior Member

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    Yup, spit it out. Surely you need help with something.
     
  3. ali9cg8

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    9mm brass anyone?

    I'm having the worst issues with trimming 9mm cases. It is a debacle on the Lee zip trimmer and not much better with the drill. This is why I load for rifles!

    But if anyone has any extra, I would be glad to pay for shipping, labor costs, and advice on how to stop being inept with this caliber. I'm using the RCBS carbide die, btw. Sorry if my woe story ventured off topic!

    Thanks so much!
     
  4. Havok7416
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    Havok7416 Senior Member

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    There's no need to trim pistol brass. If you stop doing that you will be just fine.

    That said, if I had extra 9mm brass laying around I would happily send it but it's all loaded at the moment.
     
  5. Jesse Heywood

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  6. bds

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    Some are posting Wolfe Publishing website is not being updated in line with inventory stock levels and you should call them to verify before ordering - http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=8849593#post8849593
     
  7. JimKirk

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    Thanks to silicosys4 !!!
     
  8. Matt Dillon

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    Yes, I ordered from Wolf Publishing today, and got a note tonight that they were out of stock on the item I ordered,
     
  9. Walkalong

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    PM sent ali9cg8
     
  10. ole farmerbuck

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    I dont want to be off subject either but my best advice on trimming 9mm is to STOP trimming 9mm. I'll send ya some if you havent come up with any already.:)
     
  11. JC98

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    45LCShooter: powder valley has 83 gr .32 bullets available for sale.
     
  12. geist262

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    .224 fmj in stock........then I woke up.


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  13. geist262

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    TC brass has shipped. Have fun bro.


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  14. tcanthonyii

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    Thanks again!! That was above and beyond.
     
  15. geist262

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    Anytime TC. I figured if I could get someone outta the funk, it's worth it.


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  16. tecrench

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    looking for 9mm die set

    Hello, I picked up a 9mm Luger, new caliber for me. Searching for die set and some bullets to get started on. Bare shelves here on that one size! Any ideas?? Thanks :)
     
  17. Match10

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    Arbo.... Thank you thank you, Thanks! Awesome.... I am already absorbed into reading it!
     
  18. Beentown

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    Chief 0652 I received the bullets and thank you.

    I don't have a bunch to offer as a PIF being a new loader but I do have some 9mm brass for whoever that is in need of them. I have 250-300 mixed headstamp...maybe more.

    If you need them just let me know and I will get them out to you.

    That was fast. Spoken for (Hostjunkies)
     
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  19. redneck2

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    I have a Lee FCD for .44-40 for someone.

    I could use 9mm dies, and any .224 or .308 bullets. FMJ's would be best but not necessary.
     
  20. nix4me

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    Thanks for the brass. I'm going to go through my garage this weekend and see if there is anything i can offer in return.
     
  21. bds

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    Thanks Walkalong for sending me 380Auto brass and paying the shipping too!!! :D:D:D

    May you and your family be richly blessed!
     
  22. Arbo

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    Good good, hope you enjoy.
     
  23. geist262

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    I could use 223 brass or bullets or 9mm bullets (preferably plated) I have a glock and I hate lead fouling anyway.


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  24. Chief 0652

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    You're welcome.
     
  25. ole farmerbuck

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    Yep, that ole Walkalong is a pretty good ole boy.
     

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