Category Archives: Reloading

Reloading Shed Clean Up

I spent yesterday afternoon cleaning up my reloading shed.  I have been piling other things in the shed, and it was time to start cleaning some of it up. I also had a roll of insulation that I hung up … Continue reading

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Reloading Shack

I have neglected to keep my reloading shack clean.  Therefore, I spent the first four hours of the day working in there to clean things up. Probably my biggest problem is cleaning up brass.  I have tons of brass, of … Continue reading

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Cleaning up the Shed

Over the summer, I let my reloading shed become far too unorganized.  It has been a real mess.  Tools, brass, car parts, and all sorts of mayhem were strewn about the shed. However, my son and I spent an hour … Continue reading

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Reloading This Week

All I did this week was to decap 327 .223 Win cases with a Lee die.  Overall, I was impressed with the die.  The instruction manual was dead on when it said that “some torque will be required” when the … Continue reading

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Reloading This Week

Joey and I reloaded 185 .243 Win.  Out of these: 155 had 34.5 gr IMR 4895, 85 gr Sierra soft points and 2.615″ OAL 20 had 34.5 gr IMR 4895, 75 gr Sierra hollow points and 2.580″ OAL We also … Continue reading

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Air Rifle Practice and American Rifleman

This evening, I updated my air rifle scores.  I had a good shoot tonight, shooting both prone and sitting positions.  I have more scores to add, but that will occur at another time. I ordered a Lee .223 decapping die, … Continue reading

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Lyman Trimmer

I set up my Lyman Trimmer.  It took a few minutes to get set up, though most of that was my fault.  I took apart the case rim holder, only to have the springs launch out across the floor.   … Continue reading

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