Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by horsemen61, Jan 7, 2018.
arent we all lucky to have survived.... I was strapped into a jeep flying across the desert before I could even hold my own head up. All downhill from there
No brass cases but I made these on the reloading bench today while banging to Killswitch Engage.
.452 hand cast w/30 grains 3f. Perm curling papers, Glue stick and a piece of wooden dowel.
It’s a Zen thing.
I taught my kids to drive (steer) out in the fields in a 49 Willys jeep before they could reach the peddles, just put it in low, pull out the throttle on the dash, and let them handle the steering wheel. Nephews too. Just recently took it up to the property where we are moving
Love them old jeeps.
2. Took inventory of my primers.
3. Listed my 505 scale on eBay.
4. Shipped a Browning HP to Cylinder & Slide.
5. Converted the overhead shop lighting from fluorescent to LED.
I'm tired now, but I found some bullets that I thought I was out of so I won't have to buy more. But I also made a list of some stuff I want.
That look he had when nine is how I probably look now. At 71!!
My Dillon showed up now I am waiting for Inline Fabrication Mounts for my Dillon & Redding T7.
I'd be excided, get it setup, pull the handle for a day, then put it away until next year!
500-800 rounds per hour. What would I do with the other 364 days of the year?
115 grain Speer Gold Dots
CCI 450 primers
Reload and shoot more.
Neck sized, flared, de-burred, primed with Rem 5-1/2.
Getting ready to load some coated 115 carbine bullets with Trail Boss (subsonic).
I hadn't ever herd of that company until I saw them on jrb.... thoughts on their brass after some use would be nice.
I think you will really enjoy it
I think so too. I'm like a kid waiting for Christmas
This is my second batch of Gemtech 300 brass. Found them at my LGS in baggies, $25/50. Other than a few tight primer pockets, no problems, of course my loads aren’t pushing the limits.
But once done it is well worth it.
Did my wife tell you to say that?
Separate names with a comma.