He sure does want to make sure his powder charges don't change, huh?
it is easier when you are reloading multi calibers to have a powder system for each one. Plus, it help's if you have the money too.
would love to have all the Dillion auto powder measure systems this guy has.
a Dillion press. I found a used 550 with 44 mag die set for 339, but I can't justify it to my wife yet.
I love my Dillion 550. I have had mine now for 15 years and reloaded about 175,000 rounds with mine. Alot of it being 45acp,9mm and 38 special.
Do you ever have problems with primers not seating all the way when using a progessive? I use a Lee Auto Prime right now, I like being able to feel each primer seat. That's really the only reason I haven't invested in a progressive yet.
With pistol primers no, but when I reload for my rifle rounds I like the Lee hand primer better for rifle brass. Just something I do with rifle brass I'm more picky with it. A little serect when reloading pistol brass the more you reloaded them the brass sometimes does not crimp all the way back to normal and to get away from this happening spend $10 or $12 for a Lee factory crimp die and you will not have a problem later. I buy the Lee factory crimp dies for both my pistol and rifle rounds wroth the little extra money for this die. Hope this helps you out.
i want one!
I need to buy my lottery tickets.