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Ok who was it a few months back that wanted H4350, One of my reps called and said she shipped me 3 8# jugs and i have no clue who wanted it or if you still want it they are $210ea.
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Hello everyone! I am new to reloading and would love to attend some club meeting to learn more. How often do you guys meet? I just picked up a Hornady LNL AP and found myself just starring at it trying to figure out what to do so if anyone is in the Elk Grove area and could give me a few minutes to get me going I would appreciate it. Shoot me a PM.
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Hello everyone! I am new to reloading and would love to attend some club meeting to learn more. How often do you guys meet? I just picked up a Hornady LNL AP and found myself just starring at it trying to figure out what to do so if anyone is in the Elk Grove area and could give me a few minutes to get me going I would appreciate it. Shoot me a PM.
I am also new to reloading and have a Hornady LnL AP and use it mostly for pistol ammo (9mm). What calibers will you reload? Do you also have a single stage? Do you have the dies yet? Have you assembled the AP?

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I am also new to reloading and have a Hornady LnL AP and use it mostly for pistol ammo (9mm). What calibers will you reload? Do you also have a single stage? Do you have the dies yet? Have you assembled the AP?



Next meeting is 11/8 (I think). PM ferrum for meeting details.


I have dies and shell plates for .40 and .308 currently. I plan to reload 9mm, .223, and small batch .308 and 30-06. I'm mainly interested in making large quantities of training rounds. I only have the AP no single. I may get one down the road for smaller quantity rifle loads. I pretty much mounted it to my bench and took everything apart (I bought it used) I'll be putting it together and start setting it up. I'm waiting for a few more equipment items to come in before I get reloading.


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I have dies and shell plates for .40 and .308 currently. I plan to reload 9mm, .223, and small batch .308 and 30-06. I'm mainly interested in making large quantities of training rounds. I only have the AP no single. I may get one down the road for smaller quantity rifle loads. I pretty much mounted it to my bench and took everything apart (I bought it used) I'll be putting it together and start setting it up. I'm waiting for a few more equipment items to come in before I get reloading.


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start with pistol rounds.. watch the vids on you tube that were made by Hornady...

watch the a few other vids as well made by others but use common sense when taking advice from others.. best to stick with the Hornady ones..

take your time and work each die one at a time.. move forward only after that die is set exactly how you like it..

I have an AP as well if ya get in a bind post hear myself or one of the others can give you a hand..
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start with pistol rounds.. watch the vids on you tube that were made by Hornady...

watch the a few other vids as well made by others but use common sense when taking advice from others.. best to stick with the Hornady ones..

take your time and work each die one at a time.. move forward only after that die is set exactly how you like it..

I have an AP as well if ya get in a bind post hear myself or one of the others can give you a hand..
Thanks for the reply. Ya ive been planning on reloading for a long time and have watched more videos than I can count and read a lot of articles and books. I plan on running it almost like I only have one station so it's not too much going on. Is there a reason for starting with pistol? Is it to reduce the number of steps or technicality of the reload? Thanks
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Thanks for the reply. Ya ive been planning on reloading for a long time and have watched more videos than I can count and read a lot of articles and books. I plan on running it almost like I only have one station so it's not too much going on. Is there a reason for starting with pistol? Is it to reduce the number of steps or technicality of the reload? Thanks
the straight wall of a pistol case is easier to set up in every aspect..

there just simpler..
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I do 2 runs on the AP to produce my 9mm rounds. (1) resize, decap and prime the cleaned cases, these can be stored for a short time. And (2) powder charge/bell, and seat bullet. Then I do QC checking with chamber gauge and COAL with a caliper.
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I do 2 runs on the AP to produce my 9mm rounds. (1) resize, decap and prime the cleaned cases, these can be stored for a short time. And (2) powder charge/bell, and seat bullet. Then I do QC checking with chamber gauge and COAL with a caliper.


That sounds easy enough lol jk I like that process it breaks it up and keeps it basic.


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I do 2 runs on the AP to produce my 9mm rounds. (1) resize, decap and prime the cleaned cases, these can be stored for a short time. And (2) powder charge/bell, and seat bullet. Then I do QC checking with chamber gauge and COAL with a caliper.
Still consider nyself a noob after 2 1/2 years reloading, so maybe someone here can give some guidance. I use the Lee Factory Crimp Dies for 9mm, 38 and 357, and never had an issue with chambering. Does the FCD resize loaded rounds back to spec?

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I do 2 runs on the AP to produce my 9mm rounds. (1) resize, decap and prime the cleaned cases, these can be stored for a short time. And (2) powder charge/bell, and seat bullet. Then I do QC checking with chamber gauge and COAL with a caliper.
do you really throw powder before you bell the round??

or do you bell the round then throw powder??
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I use the Lee Factory Crimp Dies for 9mm, 38 and 357, and never had an issue with chambering. Does the FCD resize loaded rounds back to spec?
"back to spec" is a relative term.

Your Sizing die is designed to resize your case to SAAMI minimum specs, while the Lee FCD will resize the case to SAAMI maximum specs.

For some folks the fact that it also sizes the bullet becomes an issue. I use a FCD for 9mm as I usually load jacketed or heavy plated hard cast bullets. For my .38Spl loading coated cast bullets (.358") I use a Redding Profile Crimp die so as to not affect how the bullet interfaces with the rifling
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"back to spec" is a relative term.

Your Sizing die is designed to resize your case to SAAMI minimum specs, while the Lee FCD will resize the case to SAAMI maximum specs.

For some folks the fact that it also sizes the bullet becomes an issue. I use a FCD for 9mm as I usually load jacketed or heavy plated hard cast bullets. For my .38Spl loading coated cast bullets (.358") I use a Redding Profile Crimp die so as to not affect how the bullet interfaces with the rifling
Thanks, that makes sense. Guess I will check bullet diameters after running through the fcd.

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Also be aware that the crimp settle will "drift."

The FCD is great as the amount of crimp is easily set with the adjustment knob, but the only thing restricting it's movement is the O-ring. I use a marker on the knob and the body to check for movement during a run
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Also be aware that the crimp settle will "drift."

The FCD is great as the amount of crimp is easily set with the adjustment knob, but the only thing restricting it's movement is the O-ring. I use a marker on the knob and the body to check for movement during a run
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It sizes the case once before the crimp is applied and again after. Keeps the case from getting a bulge.

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do you really throw powder before you bell the round??

or do you bell the round then throw powder??
Normally, I use the Hornady powder through expander (PTX) die for 9mm. So it bells the case for the bullet and runs the powder charge through the die at the same time. I also use the Lee factory crimp die to assure the case is tight around the bullet. My understanding was the crimp die would remove any belling.

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Normally, I use the Hornady powder through expander (PTX) die for 9mm. So it bells the case for the bullet and runs the powder charge through the die at the same time. I also use the Lee factory crimp die to assure the case is tight around the bullet. My understanding was the crimp die would remove any belling.
that makes more sense..
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Possible group buy?
Alrighty here's the dealio..Should we all get in on this deal? That price is sweeeeet. I'd be good for 10lbs myself who'd be in? This is quoted off of a Facebook Reloading Group.

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Looking to sell 100+ lbs of pistol powder.

Are you the kinda man who can use 100 or more pounds of powder?

How about for $10/lb?

Here's the details.

1. Minimum 100lb order to ship ($1000)
2. This is Lovex D036.03 (Pistol Powder) in 33lb drums
3. This is accurate no.5 pistol powder equivalent.
4. Only this powder is available but there's plenty.
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Shipping will be to your door

Shipping included.

Pm me if you're interested.

Drums similar to these.
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im interested.. does anyone have first had experience with this?? it looks like the .03 version is a ball and stick blend, more ball then stick.. but im wondering how it meters??

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I'm down for 10lbs
NewbieLoader and his bro inlaw in for 15lbs
Ferrum in for 10lbs
MarkG35 in for 5lbs
Ivan in for 10lbs
Two others in for 66lbs

Totaling 116lbs as of 4:20pm 12/17/17
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I love the Hornady swage tool for the LnL. With that being said I really did not want to sell my LnL because of this. But in the end I needed room on my loading bench so bye bye it went. I wanted to adapt the swage kit to fit on my Dillon 650. Cargunsanchicks and I bounced the idea around for a while until he came up with the button idea. I am not going into much detail yet so bear with me. He took his button idea to CptnDan who is a machinist. CptnDan was able to fab up some of these buttons to the specs we needed to fit both the 550 and 650. When I get back from vacation I will post a video of the finished product on the 650, but for now here a picture of the Hornady swage kit adapted to fit a Dillon 650. Comments and questions are welcome. Have a Merry Christmas everyone.
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Ivan in for 10lbs
Two others in for 66lbs

Totaling 116lbs as of 4:20pm 12/17/17
Looks like MidSouth and Natchez have been hawking this auto pistol powder.
Has anyone used it? It's half the price of the $18-$21# online.
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Has anyone used it? It's half the price of the $18-$21# online.
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I believe this powder came from a now defunct remanufactured ammo business. Probably why it's not a standard named powder
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I believe this powder came from a now defunct remanufactured ammo business. Probably why it's not a standard named powder
So has anyone from SRC tried orused it before with decent results?
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Ferrum in for 10lbs
MarkG35 in for 5lbs
Ivan in for 10lbs
Two others in for 66lbs
Seppieboy in for 20lbs.

Totaling 136lbs as of 9:10pm 12/17/17
We need 29lbs more to get it to a 5th 33lb barrel. They only have it by the 33lb barrel quantity.
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So has anyone from SRC tried orused it before with decent results?
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I myself haven't used it.
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