Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by horsemen61, Jan 7, 2018.
Prepped another 100 cartridges of same for the next session
Still have .223, .38Spl., 9mm, 10mm and .45ACP to tumble as well as .357Mag. A lot of that has been shot over the last month or so, I haven't tumbled any because I have thousands of pieces of brass already prepped in those calibers.
Portable at the range hand loading. The press is single stage
LOL!! I use the Traditions loader. Real similar. It's a little too small and light maybe but, it gets the job done.
Have fun and be safe! Smoke one for me.
Soooo on to answering the question; was in the shop working , went onto the reloading room and took a nap
Ha just woke up from mine.
Busy day today.
Ran a tumbler each of 10mm, .45ACP, .38Spl and .223.
While that was tumbling, I resized, deprimed and flared a batch each of .41Mag, .45Colt, .44Spl and .44Magnum brass.
Didn't attempt a count on any of them...will get s count when I prime tomorrow(probably).
The best guess I have is a total of about 1000 pieces of brass across the four calibers.
Did the work on my RockChucker so that's about 2000 pulls on the handle. My shoulder is feeling everyone of them this evening.
I spent a little time today with the 39a left to me by my father... what a wonderful family pass down gun.
Dang! That’s a real heavy for a .38! What’re you gonna load that up for?
Oh, soory. Yep, REAL pretty bullets. A shame to shoot them? Have fun, be safe, and remember the reason for the holiday. This great experiment in individual freedom is coming to a close so we might as well enjoy it while we can.
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