Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by horsemen61, Jan 7, 2018.
Understood. I de-prime on a single stage Lee with a universal decapping die.
They should give you a whole assembly and new pins to.
You sound as bad as my dad who always had spares of everything, and just went to the store because it was easier than searching through the garage....
I searched through most of my ammo boxes that my gear is stores in the other day when I broke yhe pin on my 223 neck sizer die, just hasn't been my week for breaking decapping pins. Hadn't broken one in nearly 20 years.
Break over, back to work.
Your post I liked, your experience not so much. Hope your new house has less big trees........ I cut the rest of the Ash down.....now I only have to worry about a 3' wide Silver Maple in the front yard....If I was smarter, I'd cut that one down.....but New Mexico is hot, and big trees do help with that. It'll only destroy my living room.....reloading room is safe.
It's only 90 today.....partly cloudy....how's Alabama today? One good thing about NW New Mexico.....evenings and nights cool off nicely, even in August..... and reloading room is habitable with window open.
I am headed down there now to sort hulls from Thursday, and load some 7/8 oz. Trap loads.
Sorry to hear this. Hope you didn't have too much water damage.
I need to anneal them tomorrow.
My wife’s really likes H414/W760. RL19 is a close 2nd!
Was a "playa" (haha) in historic preservation work for a cpl decades. We resto'd an 1880's Queen Anne Victorian 2 story because a huge oak uprooted..... then proceeded to slice a 2 story corner off the poor house as clean as a 50' long chainsaw could've made the cut!
At almost a perfect 45* angle to the house,about 10' X 10' right off the corner of both story's. Took us about 9 months. It is a "Book house".... national register of historic places has a "Book". Thick as a NYC phone book. I have almost 10 houses in it.
Just sayin,best of luck with your project... it could've been worse.
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