Looks like ya got a flyer there, spanky. What's the purpose of your "WAR" comment?
Confused over the "War is gods way of teaching America geography" remark comment I read earlier.
The one in the lower left is a Hornady 165 Gr. V-Max, the nice group is with Remington 165 Gr. Accu tip out of my 308 at 250 yards.
What do you shoot?
Long range stuff isn't my forte, I prefer to be on the entry team. Most of my hot brass comes from my Bushmaster, Mossberg, Glocks, and now Saiga.
I have just about everything with a trigger, just bought a S & W 40 M & P compact, it very accurate and easy to conceal. Thinking about getting a reloader, ammo is getting in the way of my home life if you know what I mean.
All .40 and 9mm, just got a missing die for my .223 set.
I saw a rock chucker master supreme for $275.00, single stage, do you think it would be a good place to start?
is a favorite of mine.i am bolting my press and powder measure to the top of my gun box as we speak.then i gotta sit down and load some .270 Win. 90 grain Speer coyote loads!'tis the time of year!
is an excellent press whether you are a beginner or experienced.i have the RCBS press they made before the Rockchucker!my press was purchased in 1974 and still works like new!
One of my ansisters is Brigadere General Sterling Price, fought in Va. and Mexican Civil War Times, cool picture.
I have about every color on my bench. Lee press, RCBS powder measure, Lyman case trimmer, Dillon electronic scale, and Hornady, Lyman, and RCBS loading blocks.
Yea, its time to get started somewhere, how long does it take a beginer to load 500 rounds of 40s in a single stage?
i handload 200 rounds of .45 ACp or 9mm an hour.I dont rush at it either.just nice and steady and SAFE!
Nice group you shot there smkngn. I have been reloading for 22 years if you need some help.