I finally finished picking up all my supplies to reload and went straight home to make some rounds. Took me about two hours to set up all my stuff and read some more to make sure I wasn't going to blow my self up lol. So I only made three rounds at first just to make sure I'm doing it right and I always try and shoot a three shot group so three was perfect. Took me an hour to make them but it was fun. So today we went out to try them out and I was very pleased on what I got. I was shooting at 100 yards off a bench rest. Very happy I decided to try this out and looking forward to loading more.
My first hand loads.
Posted 22 February 2014 - 09:31 PM
Excellent... Welcome to the addiction...
"If they run, they'll just die tired"
- Browning BLR PG, .300wsm
- Savage Model 111, .270win
- Savage Model 11, .243
- My trusty 1958 Winchester model 12, 12ga
- Limbsaver dz30, Easton FMJ and a muzzy
Posted 23 February 2014 - 08:31 AM
Just a note about this addicition, one quickly goes from newbie to hoarder/perfectionist in short order. Welcome to the hoarder/perfectionist club.
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Posted 23 February 2014 - 09:44 AM
its a good way to spend time when the weather is bad. course I got about 1000 .223 ahead this winter
Posted 31 May 2014 - 06:28 AM
You'll never have enough ahead. I find myself buying new rifles to have something new to reload for
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