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  1. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    a reloader for 22LR I know where I can get lots of brss for reloading if I could just find a machine to do the work :D
  2. Shooter45

    Shooter45 *Administrator* Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ron, contact Dillon Precision....er..........nevermind. :rolleyes:
  3. 22WRF

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    I got 2000 22 LR primers I sell ya :D
  4. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    I did they started laughing and hung up on me :eek: :D ;)
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    As cheap as 22LR shells are you got to be kidding, RIGHT.
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    When you get it perfected let us know. Good luck!!!! :D :D :D
  7. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Now do you think that I would kid anyone about reloading :D :D ;)
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    I have heard of cheap but this takes the cake. Ron if you need some double duce let me know.

    Ray
  9. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Found a source for primmed 22lr brass but haven't found a powder funnel or bullets yet.
    and the price on the primmed brass is the same as loaded ammo :( :mad: :rolleyes:
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    Use the old brass, just turn it a little so the rim gets hit in a differant place. A friend of my uncle's said they used .22 brass 7-8 times doing it like this.
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  11. Deputy Dawg

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    I saw a press that would turn 22LR brass into 223 bullets.
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    I guess you'll be wanting to use the Aquila brass right? I saw a few of those on the ground at the range last week. I should have saved 'em right then and there if I thought you needed them so badly. I'll keep my eyes peeled. I did read an article in BackWoods magazine one time that mentioned a way to reload obscure rimmed rounds by taking the heads of matches and crushing them, making a paste of it with water, putting some of that paste in the bottom of the rimmed case and tamping down with a nail and putting the shells on a baking sheet in an oven set at about 125 degrees until fully dried. Too much work for me, but since you're retarrred now, time is your friend, right?
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