SHOTGUN SHELL RELOADING WITHOUT A PRESS

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by Rockyja, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. Rockyja

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    Mike posts here regularly..

    his info is always good ( sometimes it can cost when he showing modern BP weapons)

    the rod and nail is time proven but early on tools where developed to make sure things are straight and even
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    Hi Jack,

    As you can see, I'm trying to read as much as I can before I ever shoot my first round. LOL Hope your weather is cooler then it is here.

    Rocky
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    too cool , i'm happy when its 100 been freezing here of a night

    global warming and i'm paying tax to prevent it .. i'm still waiting for it !!

    im paying for it , i want my global warming

    but you keep it up

    dualist The Rifleman and a few others are good enough to put up vid's of what they do and give a good showing too

    lot's to learn , i do every day ..
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    Jack,

    I like your style. Stay warm
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    That way works and I have done it. But you will very much appreciate a 40 dollar Lee Load All after youve worn your fingers raw decapping a bucket of 12 ga hulls with ahammer and a nail.
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    JLA.

    I'm sure I'll go for the Lee Loader, but I feel I need to experience the raw fingers before I can appreciate doing it the best way. I've never been one to do anything the easy way. Go figure, LOL .

    Thank you for the advise.

    Rocky
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