It only takes one bullet set back to ruin your day.... I crimp everything.
Use some of your wife's makeup on it, soldier on......
BE86, but W231 is also good.
I usually stay a full grain under max with BE86, no need to go full throttle killing paper....Shoots and cycles all of my 9's just fine.
I do all my reloading in the winter, then I can shoot all summer.
The coyote always uses Acme products. But they never seem to work out for him.
I have one, it works great.
I wear plugs and muffs, but first I have to take my hearing aids out !
My go to load for a 124 grain bullet is 4.3 grains of W231/hp38. 3.9 grains is minimal...
Well there you have it, don't bother trimming straight walled cases..... I never have, and never even considered it, and never had a problem...
LC is my first choice.
I'm a little different, I use Soft Scrub in my walnut, it really comes out shiny.
I go with BE 86, it's Power Pistol with flash suppressors built in.
For resale, your better off buying gold.... If I buy somebody's components, I would expect to pay half of what the retail price was, kinda like...
Never heard of a Mec 200, but for $49 you can get a brand new Lee Load All, with everything you could possibly need for reloading shotgun shells,...
Yep, Lake City, old but good.
I use RN's for the range, they feed better in all my guns. HP's in the carry guns.
Never bothered with OAL on a revolver cartridge, just crimped to the groove and you are good to go.
I buy when components are on sale, I buy in large quantities, not because of a feared shortage, but because it's more cost effective to buy in...
another fan of BE 86, been using it for about a year now, great stuff.
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