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Clean Reloading Bench

I did manage to clean off my reloading bench this week. All unnecessary material has been removed, and my new Dillon Precision calendar is hanging on the wall. I also hung up some metal signs around the shed as well. … Continue reading

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Semester Plans

I have not been spending as much time shooting as I’d like to be. I have set up this semester’s schedule to at least allow me time to go to air rifle practice, at the very least. Other than that, … Continue reading

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An Old Target – SW9VE, 2/11/12

I shot this target a few years ago with my Smith and Wesson SW9VE. It is five shots at twenty five feet or so. I don’t remember the distance exactly. These were handloads, 4.7 grains of Unique and a Hornady … Continue reading

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Reloading Bench

Finally, I have set up my reloading bench in my shed. I can’t wait to test it out. All of my reloading stuff is mixed up and I am trying to get it organized. I bought a ton of stuff … Continue reading

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Marlin 336 for 10 years

Ten years ago today, I drove from Socorro, NM, to Los Lunas, NM, and spent some of my Christmas money. I purchased a Marlin 336, .30-30 Win., lever-action rifle for $294.97. I love that gun, and it may be some … Continue reading

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Tour of Dillon Precision

On Monday, I got to tour the Dillon Precision factory in Scottsdale, AZ. Dillon Precision makes reloading equipment, particularly progressive presses. With the exception of one part, everything is made in the United States. The company has about 80 employees … Continue reading

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