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  1. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    I was looking through my spent brass casings from the range and I came across the Winchester ammo that had the NATO stamp and WMA stamp on it. I did not know what this was so I researched. I saw on one forum that to reload this brass, I need to swage the primer pocket. I’m not sure what this...
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    Hello, I am just about embarrassed to ask this but I must. I have been reloading for sometime now, mostly .300 Win Mag and 7mm Mag. I have just got a new .223 bold action and am getting around my needed components to reload, and I am a bit puzzled. I found myself not being able to find .223...
  3. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    Hey all, I am looking to get into reloading for three different calibers (.45 9mm and .380) and am starting out from scratch. Are there particular brands of reloading equipment to look out for (good or bad) or get that would be good for someone new to this particular area?
  4. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    So I am trying to get into reloading but living a small house I can't have a set up inside. So my only options are my attached garage and my detached garage, both are unfinished. So what I am looking for is advice less on what I need like tables and stuff and more on what I need in terms of the...
  5. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    Shooting can take years to master and to become a true aficionado of the sport, there’s nothing better than learning how to reload your own ammunition. It’s a fun project that takes patience, a steady hand, and the right set of reloading tools for the job. While there are reloading kits, there...
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    In some previous articles, I covered the Basics of metallic cartridge reloading and casting your own bullets. I briefly touched on the uses for greasing during case resizing, and for your cast bullets. As I had mentioned, it could be an article all by itself. This article will be a basic...
  7. The Ammo & Reloading Forum
    I just started reloading and I had a good round of testing powder drops. I found my desired powder limit and made 200 rounds. They worked great the next day when I went to the range. The next time I went out (about 2 months later) they didn't work at all. Not even the primer detonated, which...
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