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Started Oct 15th, 2017 at 1:02pm by Alan
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Rifle powder storage.
Public service announcement for those that may not be aware.  Smiley
Since we were moving house a while back and I was setting up a loading/gunroom area in the basement garage I figured I should chec...

Started Aug 19th, 2007 at 8:03pm by .243Hunter
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Load development
Went to the range yesterday to test some loads with my new Corelokts.
Only shot 3 shot groups because of the skinny barrel and only tried 4 different loads.
Here is a pic of the groups
The load I will work with...

Started Nov 9th, 2006 at 10:57pm by Huntfish
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By: brucec - Ex Member
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I am looking at getting a press/reloading setup.
Anyone use the RCBS partner press?
Its reasonably cheap but RCBS gear has always been good.
Or if anyone knows of any second hand gear f...

Started Dec 20th, 2006 at 4:54am by wanganuikid
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By: spearo
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I have worked this out for a 303, so its a bit ho-hum for other calibres.
You can pretty well say the it takes 1.1 ft/lb of energy to push the 150 grain bullet 1 ft, so that implys that an energy...

Started Dec 18th, 2006 at 9:46pm by noelfj
1 846 Last Post Dec 22nd, 2006 at 4:04am
By: Carlsen Highway - Ex Member
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Turret press vs Orange Crusher...
How exciting!! My first post and the first on reloading - now that will go down in history! Cool Smiley
Just after a little info...
Looking at buying a press in the not too distant future. Which ...

Started Nov 9th, 2006 at 1:30am by kiaorakid
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By: MADNESS - Ex Member
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Barnes X
I want a good projectile around the 105 grain area, for my .2506 to use on the odd tahr, when i use this call..
I will be using 7mm rem mag most times but the odd time i am out on chamois it may ...

Started Jan 2nd, 2007 at 11:33pm by Shore gunner (Ex Member)
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By: Pete E - Ex Member
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Custom Loading for 284
I have almost run out of handloads for my 284.  I had sent all my gear including dies to my brother and he is away for a while so I need someone to reload for me or buy some factory rounds in the inte...

Started Jan 4th, 2007 at 8:52am by forestry (Ex Member)
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Barrel leading
This has not happened to me since about the 1980's, and was caused by loading some 90 grain 32 cal lead wadcutter bullets, left over from my pistol shooting days, into 303 cases.
I used 15 grains...

Started Jan 5th, 2007 at 8:14pm by noelfj
8 756 Last Post Jan 9th, 2007 at 10:12am
By: Aquila - Ex Member
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Bolt wont shut
I've reloaded some hornady sst 139 gr bombs and the bolt wont close on them  Angry
What could cause this?

Started Jan 13th, 2007 at 1:58am by Jet
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Fireforming k-hornet brass
Wondering if anybody out there could run me through this process from hornet to k-hornet case? Bit confused about a few things ie. do you need both sets of dies, hornet & k hornet or just k hornet...c...

Started Jan 15th, 2007 at 11:00pm by dirtyhabit
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Re: 60gr Nosler Partition .22 cal bullets
Depends on the rate of twist in your barrell Muz, too heavy for a 1:14 twist. Would be fine for smacking goats behind the shoulder

Started Dec 21st, 2006 at 8:26am by Steve
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By: Shore gunner - Ex Member
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120grain or 140grain in 65.5x55
Well, just getting my reloading efforts started for a new rifle thats coming. i have used the 6.5 before with 140grains on deer and they, well, died pretty fast.
But my experiecnes with my own ....

Started Jan 14th, 2007 at 4:37am by Carlsen Highway (Ex Member)
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By: tweake
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Worth a look if you want a sharp tool!
Did some playing with one of these last week in cumbria, with a friends F class rifle (.308 win) he loaded some with this tackle iit was just so noticable in its accuracy its worth a look, i am nornal...

Started Feb 1st, 2007 at 11:21am by Hill fox (Ex Member)
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By: Hill fox - Ex Member
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Nosler solid bases...?
Any of you guys used these?? how did they go on animals?

Started Feb 5th, 2007 at 7:56am by wildmann
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