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#3186918 - 03/07/13 08:44 PM Re: reloading components. [Re: mr.big]
DIRTTRAX
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I dont reload 30 cal so this may be high but here you go

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=331826972
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#3187932 - 03/09/13 05:14 AM Re: reloading components. [Re: mr.big]
hankll
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You all sound like seasoned reloaders....is it something a fellow would want to try in pistol ammo? Specifically, .40 S&W and 9mm Luger.. maybe a deer hunting .270 eventually. I just need to find a good source of equipment and some good advice on reloading. Don't like being at the mercy of the suppliers with every bullet order I have, back ordered till July
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#3187955 - 03/09/13 06:31 AM Re: reloading components. [Re: hankll]
KPH
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 Originally Posted By: hankll
You all sound like seasoned reloaders....is it something a fellow would want to try in pistol ammo? Specifically, .40 S&W and 9mm Luger.. maybe a deer hunting .270 eventually. I just need to find a good source of equipment and some good advice on reloading. Don't like being at the mercy of the suppliers with every bullet order I have, back ordered till July

Right now we are still at the mercy of the supplers. I have been told compontents will go to the ammo mfg's befor the reloaders. Things like primers, powders,ect. are almost imposble to fine. I don't know but it sounds like ammo will come back befor reloading compontents will.
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#3188315 - 03/09/13 06:05 PM Re: reloading components. [Re: KPH]
hunter0925
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Registered: 01/21/13
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 Originally Posted By: KPH
 Originally Posted By: hankll
You all sound like seasoned reloaders....is it something a fellow would want to try in pistol ammo? Specifically, .40 S&W and 9mm Luger.. maybe a deer hunting .270 eventually. I just need to find a good source of equipment and some good advice on reloading. Don't like being at the mercy of the suppliers with every bullet order I have, back ordered till July

Right now we are still at the mercy of the supplers. I have been told compontents will go to the ammo mfg's befor the reloaders. Things like primers, powders,ect. are almost imposble to fine. I don't know but it sounds like ammo will come back befor reloading compontents will.


Also reloading for just a few calibers may not save you much money or even cost you more if you do not shoot a lot. The more that you reload for the cheaper it becomes. However, it is a fun hobby and then you know exactly what is being shot through your gun and how to duplicate it.
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#3188522 - 03/09/13 10:08 PM Re: reloading components. [Re: DIRTTRAX]
DaveB
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HankII-

Handloading is a great hobby. Consider GOLF, a sport I don't care for very much. Imagine if you could take a golf club you made and KNOW you were gonna whack that ball to within a few feet of a cup 350 yards off. What would you spend to get that?-Ruger would mortgage the Family Jewels-and so would most other golfers.

Handloading enables you to build a round that will make little black holes in things way way way off in the distance. It is an amazing feeling of satisfaction.

Right now, non-availability of some components is upsettting the equilibrium of the universe. Today I did, however, see 4 one pound bottles of IMR4350 and 3 RL17, kinda made me smile. Just pick your point in time and make smart acquisitions, you'll do fine.

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