who's reloading tonight?

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  1. dbach

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    Loaded .357 and .38's night before last. Last night it was .40 S&W for the Glock 23. Today I'll finish the .40's I started last night. 200 rounds total, I'm slow.
  2. TheGunClinger

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    Well, got 50 rounds 0f 45/70 done. I'll do the rest tomorrow.

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  3. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Josh, I looked up that brake and the cool factor alone makes me want one.;) How much barrel lenght is necessary how threading? I have 5/16".

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  4. JLA

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    He would likely pull it and install a flush fitting brake it would look likely just look like the barrel is extended a bit with holes in it.
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    i love that bench setup!
  6. gun-nut

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    Did up 100 38 spl this morning.
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    I loaded some this morning. Would do more but out of primers.
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    i had to pick up some at gander mountain this am, plus get a spare pack of repalcement decapper pins
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    nice rifle
  10. hjsmith00843

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    The only place that has them around me is Bass Pro.
  11. sting75ray

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    Just came in a little while ago from loading up another 300 12ga shells for the youth trap shoot this coming Sunday. Looking forward to another great day with the kids.
  12. gdmoody

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    A Georgia based forum that I visit had a man who has just started out reloading and had some questions about setting up his dies. I invited him to my house to show him a little about reloading. He brought all the makings for .45ACP and his dies and came over thin morning. We spent a couple of hours where I showed him how set up his dies and then he proceeded to load about 50 rounds on my old Lee press. But then I spoiled him, I set up my Dillon for .45 and he loaded up a little more than 100 on the Dillon. As he was leaving, he was already talking of "moving up" to a progressive.

    When he left, I loaded up a bunch of .40 S&W.
  13. JLA

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    made his blood run cold eh George?
  14. aa1911

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    cut apart some home cast OO buckshot from my Lee mold to load later this week. Been farting around loading my .40, I normally knock out a full 1000 pack of bullets in a day or two in between other stuff, been doing it 100 ish at a time being lazy.
    Bent a decapping pin in the Dillon (no matter how careful I go), had to re-cut the threads and threw some loctite in there to keep the pin from coming loose again. RCBS progressive decapping pin also! has the small spring inside.
  15. JLA

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    Good thing LEE decappers dont break.. :D

    Unless you try to decap a berdan case.. then theyll break
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