Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by horsemen61, Jan 7, 2018.
Then I went for groceries with the children and after, hit up the clay thrower with my twelve guage.
Test-fired a few too. Nice rounds.
I took plans that a friend sent me and looked at others on the web. Also looked at lots of picks. After taking ideas from them and working in the requirements, I came up with and initial design. Then I ran it past my dad who’s a civil engineer to make sure I’m building what I think!
I would have gone to Lowe’s but it was way too cold.
50 9MM 125 gr BlueBullets with TiteGroup for IDPA.
Thought about loading some RMR 9MM 124 gr RN with some Power Pistol I want to use up.
Looked for another Hornady 9MM seating/crimp die so I can avoid adjusting my main load die. Didn’t find one used.
Wondered if I should learn to use the PTX expander on the powder drop so I could use a seating and a crimp die instead.
Spent time on THR.
I also tumbled the roughly 3000 cases I brought back from vacation, and sorted them by headstamp.
I took a big leap forward, for me, anyway, and dumped about 2K Berdan primed 7.62mm cases I had been holding on too, for some reason. I know I'll never get to reloading them... might as well sell them for scrap.
I'm getting ready to load for 38 special/ 357 mag. I already have Titegroup and CFE- pistol. How are your loads with Titegroup?
Hopefully we will get a tiny break soon in the weather, I'm starting to see the end of my ammo supply.
I feel your pain... I have something like 8K 5.56mm cases, I look at them, know I need to start working them... and just move on to something else after I order another case of factory.
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