Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by jdon72, Sep 30, 2012.
New brass often needs sized. Not always, but don't be shocked if it doesn't work out for you.
Just go ahead and load up 5000 rounds......then test !
" refer to the first post..."--jdon
"I believe it should be possible, but any input is appreciated."--jdon
Referring to the first post , it does not look like just any
input is appreciated, but that's clearly my own view.
I'd like to see a picture of this machine. I couldn't find anything doing a search.
Bullets may seat crooked, and WILL seat inconsistently due to the excessive space in the die. You wont be able to crimp because the dies are ground to produce a taper crimp on a case that measures .381 at the mouth. the .380 is .373 at the mouth.
Again.. Good luck.
This is what I came up with
It is more like the one on the bottom right. I will take a pic or video.
Holy cow! I have never seen any thing like that before, that is one heck of a reloading press.
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