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Reloading BS thread

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by 95 taco, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. Nov 19, 2018 at 6:09 AM
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    JeffRoyJenkins

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    My reloading stuff has been packed away all summer with a ton of other stuff going on. I finally started cleaning up the garage yesterday so I can get my benched cleared and ready to do some loading soon though.

    I Just picked up a new 7mm Mag that is going to need to be fed and finished my .300BLK SBR which means it's time to start rolling some fatties.
     
  2. Nov 19, 2018 at 6:15 AM
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    I packed most of my reloading stuff up. Had to reorganize stuff and realized I'm good on most stuff for a long time lol. Outside of 308, 32acp, and 458socom that is. 308 I just don't have that many bullets for. 32acp I just want to finish loading up the 1k cases I have for it. 458socom....I still need to finish loading development for and then load a bunch up
     
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    I recently bought a Dillon 550. Just got it set up, and loaded some light load .357 that we shoot in competition.

    Hope to shoot those in the next week or two, then, assuming all is good, load up a bunch for next season.
     
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    I would love to hear how those turn out for you
     
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    Haven't even started reloading them yet :p my buddy's reloading stuffed was packed away since he was moving. Going to reload some of my Hornady first for hunting season then start developing these guys
     
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    I hoping Santa brings me a 6.5 cm
     
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    With having a day off today, I was able to load up 300 rounds of 45-70. 1/2 with 350gn and the rest with 405gn lead tops.
     
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    What’s your load for the 405 grain pills?
     
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    Loaded up 300 rounds of 30-06 for the 1903a3 & m1 Garand. I have a goal of loading up 1000 rounds before the end of the year. We'll see if I make it.

    It seems that my AR's have taken a back seat to these 2 beautiful rifles. They are a blast to shoot.


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    I need to shoot mine a lot more. Havent taken it out in a long time. I even bought everything to reload for it (4895 powder, primers, dies, ect) and havent worked my way through the cheap surplus ammo i got when i picked up the two M1's. back when the CMP had the cheap Greek stuff
     
  11. Dec 3, 2018 at 7:25 PM
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    I have 2 different 45-70 rifles. 1 is the Browning 1886 with a cresent butt plate and the marlin 1895 SBL with a nice pad on it.
    I have 3 different load I use. All are plinking loads. Just having fun.

    1. IMR 3031 40 gr
    2. Unique 15.0 gr
    3. H4198 49 gr
     
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  12. Dec 4, 2018 at 7:07 AM
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    I just picked up some 405’s for my 1895 GS and I want a load for plinking so these should work good thanks.
     
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    Ive been using Accurate 5744 (31.5gr) for my 405gr loads. Just another option :)
     
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    What type of projectory and velocity are you getting with that load of powder?
     
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    Just a 405gr cast bullet. Flat point. I havent bothered to chrono the load. But its nothing to hot or anything. Shot out of my marlin 1895.

    I do have some of the 405gr berry's plated bullets to try one of these days. More got them for the 458socom though
     
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