No, I do not. I own the reamers on each of my rifles (284Win. 7SAUM and 260AI) and in all 3 calibers my fired brass are around .0005-.001 than the...
If the bullet doesn't fall into the case, in my opinion, you are not getting good bullet release and good precision. You definitely need...
The best thing to do with an expander button is to put it back in the box in case you decide to resell the die sometime later.
Nothing good comes...
The answer is very simple, at first firing the brass retains some of its elasticity and springs back. With each subsequent firing the brass gets...
Oh Lord, here we go again.
Thank you for you compliment, you are very kind.
I used to do the .003 process, and it works. No wrong way, just a different approach.
David , you are right.
It seems to me that your app needs to be integrated into the Shot Marker. I only use it for 600 and 1K. I can see just fine at 300 yards.
I go in .005s but when I suddenly see it spread out I go back to the last good one and test .002 on each side.
Do you have any suggestions?
By the time I have 100 rounds through it I expect the barrel to speed up by around 30 fps and the ESs to improve. Velocity wise I'm...
Here's a few at 300 yards while breaking in my brand new barrel.
Here my best group ever using H-1000 (not a good choice) during...
From Italy? My birth place. Tanti saluti da Texas.
Different chambers changes everything, so you need to start low and work your way up. I would...
Wilson Micrometer top. If you find something better I sure would like to know.
I am and F-Open shooter and do extensive testing. I don't have a reloading log, that seems too narrow a definition for what I do. I'm interested...
I made this video just for you. :)
Jepp2, you didn't look at the video or look at the link with the picture and explanation of the die. Shame on you, but here's the answers.
Here's a picture
LCDs are a great product if you don't shoot too much.
I used to use the LCD and I thought they were great until I started having problems...
Don't eat it;
Don't breathe it in;
Don't get it in your eyes;
Don't leave it laying about for kids to get into, or your pets;
See above. When...
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