Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Skgreen, Nov 9, 2022.
You might want to try a pound of LeverEvolution, just sayin’.
Along the way, added a Dillon 550 for the 9mm, .357 and .44 Mag. Also for the .223, but rarely use it for the bottle neck case. Probably should try to swap my .44 Mag stuff for the Dillon .45 ACP, since I no longer have a .44 Mag…
And ruin tradition? Not me, never! But I bet my son will, LOL. That kid won’t listen to me
A press soon followed along with gear to load 45 ACP and 38 Special.
40+ years later I have the equipment to load something north of 30 different cartridges and 4 shotgun gauges.
I was 14.
I lost all my reloading gear in 2015 in a fire much of it was my grandpa's. Enjoy your time with that Rockchucker; y'all are well acquainted im sure
Yeah, I never understood that kind of thinking.
"It's been working for a hundred years!"
"Then you need to change it."
Some folks figure if it ain't broke, keep improving it until it is.
Manipulating statistics is an art form.
Read, "How To Lie With Statistics" by Darrell Huff (1954). Irving Greis' illustrations remind me of some of my old high school textbooks.
It's a good read and very informative. The only shocking thing is that he wasn't lynched in the public square for being a journalist who told the truth.
Don’t forget the other reloaders, the Black Powder folks! Colt 1860 has a built in Press!!! LeMat has a .44 cal 9 station turret press and a 20 gauge press built in
The saying around here:
If it ain't broke you havent "fixed it" enough yet! LOL
There is probably more, they just don't wanna be loadersplained just yet..............cause it would happen from certain members........
You don't get to say that until you can't remember
One fellow who posted he had not loaded all that many and was slow ; Partner it's NOT A RACE everyone loads at their own pace and haste makes mistakes and I for one despise pulling loads . So Take your time careful construction pays off in the long run .
wonder how many beginners SOLD the hobby after the plandemic components FAIL and ammo prices back down to Earth
We’ll never know but I suspect most who bought reloading equipment and supplies as “insurance” against a long term shortage still haven’t unboxed their first press. A good many of those will weigh down closet shelves for decades before being sold online for dollars to the penny.
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