who's reloading tonight?

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  1. Haligan

    Haligan Well-Known Member

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    LOL
  2. dammitman

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    i am,,,,,,44 mag
  3. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    Yep another saturday night. im doing the same, snl in the backgound
  4. RandyP

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    did 200 rounds of 9mm. Red Green Show, Jurassic Park. lol
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    38 special - 158 gr SWC, then a few 357 mag 158 gr hollow points, what kind of music does anyone listen while you're reloading??
  6. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    welcome smokincook:

    na dont listen to music just the tv and ususally it a comedy
  7. bluesea112

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    I would be reloading if I could find the components in stock. Nothing but empty shelves in the store and "out of stock" notices online.
  8. new308handloader

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    Either some nice Appalachian tap dancing by Jesco "The Dancing Outlaw" \
    or Pink Floyd....whichever mode I'm in.
  9. RandyP

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    Tonite was 150 rounds of .380 while waiting for the chicken to bake -lol
  10. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    I was out there this afternoon, loaded some 9mm and .45 ACP on the Dillon and some 5.7X28 on the Lee single stage. I'm going to the range in the morning so I will probably do some more tomorrow evening (when I get through with the honey-do's).

    I ordered about $200 worth of bullets from Berry's a couple of days ago so I will be loading a bunch in the coming weeks.
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  11. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    tonight i am doing the favorite, trimming, rats
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    About 50 rounds of single stage and individually weighed powder charges of .223 for my Tikka darling, and prepped another 50 cases for loading tomorrow as well as sizing and prepping 50 new Winchester cases for my Mosin Nagant. Tomorrow midday wind permitting will be proof testing 2 loads for the Tikka and one for the Nagant. After that maybe a box of .22 ammo in 2 different rifles . Less than 1/2 of what I would normally shoot on an outing. Not going to deplete my reserves at this time .
  13. cycloneman

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    got about 50 cases left to trim. fingers are hurting now. if i still smoked i would br doing that right now:D
  14. cycloneman

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    well the stuff i trimmed a couple weeks ago now is being charged, seated and crimped. that's what i got going on tonight.
  15. army mp

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    You say your fingers are hurting, are you using the Lee, or the crank type trimmer. I don’t know why I’m asking. I have the crank RCBS, but when the arthritis kicks in nothing helps, but I do take and put medical tape on the fingers I turn the crank with. I had some guys do some concrete block work for me and the first thing they did was tape their fingers up. It helps when doing a bunch
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