Reloading Addiction Group

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by ChrisG, Apr 18, 2018.

  1. todd9.3

    todd9.3 New Member

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    i don't have a addiction to reloading!!!!!! just because i think all day about reloading, i don't have an addiction!!!
    ya got some brass cases? cuz i really need some.......

    ehhhh, i truly have a problem............
     
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  2. Newboomer

    Newboomer GOLD SUPPORTER AH Elite

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    Gizmo,
    That's how I load mine, too. 1 at a time on a single stage. I like to trickle powder in slowly right down to the 10th of a grain. It's a great feeling to see a nice shiny round come out of the press knowing everything is perfect. Seems like they shoot better, too.
     
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  3. gizmo

    gizmo AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2015 AH Ambassador

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    Well since the last time I commented I can add 8mm Lebel, 9.3x74r, and coming soon to a bench near me..... 6.5 Creedmore soon as I have the funds to buy the rifle.
    @Newboomer i agree whole heartedly. It takes me forever to load a box of ammo but..... so worth it.
     

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    Newboomer GOLD SUPPORTER AH Elite

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    Wow! Some of your lists read like the inventory of a well stocked gun shop. And I thought I was doing rather well.
    Pistol Rifle
    357 mag 223/5.56
    38spl 30-06
    41 mag 308 Win
    44 mag 375 HH
    45 acp 6.5CR
    45 Colt 7mm RM
    30 carbine
    9mm
    44spl
    I haunt the local gun shops, shows and Sportsmans Warehouse to see if they have a bullet weight for one of my calibers that I don't have or am a little low on. Usually if they have anything in stock I'll pick up a few boxes of bullets. I don't buy factory loads. I like to tailor my own. Occasionally, if I don't have all my brass cleaned and ready, I get this awful feeling that I gotta get some going. If I don't have something to load I have a bit of a panic attack.
    Not a problem, just a wee addiction.
     
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  5. gizmo

    gizmo AH ENABLER SPONSOR Since 2015 AH Ambassador

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    I know the feeling. There probably at least a dozen other calibers that I have but don’t load for. Some is rimfire so obviously not an option and others are stuff like 25 Auto that I have but never shoot so don’t bother getting crap to do it.
     

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