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Old 10-25-2011, 4:14 PM
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Pulled, de-primed, resized and tumbled 200+ 9mm rounds.

Wow, now that is a pretty picture. What are you using to get them so shiny?
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30 rounds of 6.8SPC for testing:
10 Remington, Winchester LRP
20 SSA, Wolf 223 Primers
Sierra 90gr Varminters + 29gr Hodgdon H335
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Old 10-26-2011, 3:12 PM
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50 rds of 38 Spl target ammo:

Rem 148gr HBWC, 2.75gr WW WST.
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200 rounds of 9mm plinking ammo.

5 rounds of 55 grain fmjbt .223 that I annealed the brass after the 6th firing. Will be testing the rounds in my sacrificial single shot .223 rifle.
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Old 10-29-2011, 8:31 PM
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120 rounds of 308 with a 168 Nosler custom comp on top of Varget.

500 rounds of 308 with a 175 Matchking on top of Varget.

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Old 10-30-2011, 4:33 PM
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Rem 148gr HBWC, 2.75gr WW WST.
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Didn't reload anything, but tested my reloads with a chronograph for the first time.

Once I figured out the sun rising was effecting my readings and adjusted the angle of the chronograph every 20 or 30 minutes, everything worked flawlessly. I have the printouts to prove it!

Now, I'm off to tumble 5.56, 6.8 and .308 brass and get some more loads ready for next weekend.
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Old 10-30-2011, 5:35 PM
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Today I did 100 rounds of WIN .270. I used "blemished" 140 gr. boat tails on sale from Midway for $12.49/100. The only thing I can think is wrong with them is that the cannelure is a bit too high towards the tip of the bullet.

Used Accurate 2700 for the powder.


Overall, some rather inexpensive target rounds.
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30 rounds of 30.06 using once fired, match prepped, LC brass and Varget. CCI BR-2, #200, #34 primers. A mix of 155 grain Nosler J4's and Barnes 150 grain TTSX projectiles. More load development. Also, 100 rounds of 357 Sig. CCI 500 primers, Speer 125 grain Gold Dot bullets (#4362), Blue Dot powder. Tested today with G27 using stock G33 barrel. Very stout load.
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Today I did 100 rounds of WIN .270. I used "blemished" 140 gr. boat tails on sale from Midway for $12.49/100. The only thing I can think is wrong with them is that the cannelure is a bit too high towards the tip of the bullet.

Used Accurate 2700 for the powder.


Overall, some rather inexpensive target rounds.
I've got some of the 130 gr. polymer tip .277's that I shot out of my 6.8SPCII AR and I liked the way they performed. Midway still has them (at $14.30/100) so I think I'll get 500 more for future use.
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I cast 350 round nose 9mm TL .356-124-rm lee boolits and shot 50 of them with the same data as my flat nose boolits of same size(.357 sized)

They shot as straight as anything else and didn't lead so I loaded up a couple hundred of them.

My cost is around 4 cents a round, give o take a penny. Oh and I use 4.2 grains of bullseye.

I got my lee pro 1000 progressive press cranking at around 300+ rounds/hr without trying too hard.

It was a ***** doing the first 2k rounds as id never reloaded before and didn't have a clue. I coulnt get over 50 rounds an hour. Finally it all clicked and I can knock them out fast enough for my needs.

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Old 11-01-2011, 9:58 AM
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Wow, now that is a pretty picture. What are you using to get them so shiny?
Stainless tumbling media and a thumlers tumbler model b high speed. About 2 hours tumbling time is all it takes. So happy I got it rather than keep my vibratory tumbler.
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I have a thumlers tumbler with Stainless tumbling media and found out dont leave cases sit in it for a day, as you will get a brownish stains on the cases that dont come off even if you tumble it for 6 hours. lol
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Old 11-02-2011, 4:52 PM
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50 rds of 38 Spl target ammo:

Remington 148gr HBWC, 2.75gr of WW WST.
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500 S&W

10pcs 700gr
10pcs 630gr HP
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10pcs 700gr
10pcs 630gr HP
20pcs 440gr
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700gr!

What are you hunting??
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Finished 'em last night.
400 rds of .45ACP.

200 rds 230gr Bear Creek LRN in Win brass
200 rds 200gr Bear Creek LSWC in CBC (Magtech) brass

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500 rds of 201gr LSWC for the Area II match next week in Az.

200 rds of the same as above but bullet weight varies from 200gr to 202-3gr for the Richmond Hotshots match this sunday.

200 rds of the same as sundays ammo to practice with tomorrow, but with misc primers and, THANK GOODNESS, the last of the Wolf primers i found laying around. The Wolfs are finally used up!!

Think i'll go load a couple hundred more for tomorrow, just in case i get trigger happy

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100 rounds of 223:
Win SR
Once fired LC
24gr varget
29gr Sierra Match King
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180gr 40SW lead ladder and a 180gr 40SW plated ladder.

3.8, 4.0, 4.2 @ 20 each.
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I have a thumlers tumbler with Stainless tumbling media and found out dont leave cases sit in it for a day, as you will get a brownish stains on the cases that dont come off even if you tumble it for 6 hours. lol
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Finished loading 2000 40S&W last night.

Also tumbled and sorted around 5k or so of brass.

Still have another 3000 or so to tumble and sort. Then I need to load the remainder 2000.

Once that's done, I have 10k of 45ACP, 4k of 9mm and 2k of 223 that needs to be done...

Hoping to have all this done by the new year.
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28 test rounds of 308 using 175 SMK's with Varget.


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who would of thought it would stain. lesson learned
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Never been much of a magnum guy. I usually just load .38 Special. These should satisfy my need shoot some manly loads out of my magnums for a long time. The flame at dusk is about a 12" circle with the 158g loads.

(537) .357 Magnums stoked with 14.9g 2400 under 142g Montana Gold Bullets at an overall length of 1.575". Mixed cases and CCI small pistol primers.




Also did (200) Sierra 158g JHC with 14.9g of 2400 at 1.580. Those things go boom!
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Just loaded another 273 rounds of 9mm bringing a total of 1,000 rds in past 3 weeks.

Mixed Brass
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115 Grain Berry's
4.8 grains Universal Clays
OAL 1.125

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Remington 148gr HBWC, 2.75gr of WW WST.
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I loaded 800 rounds of .223
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I loaded 50 rounds of 41 mag.

I used 195 grain cast swc, from a Lee mold.
The powder that I used was Unique.

This load accounts for about 99% of my shooting in this caliber.


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After i sorted all the 357,9,38,40 from the last range trip and got some of it into the tumbler i loaded around 200 light loaded 38 spl for just plinking and 500 40 s&W. Now to go shoot it.


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Q/A checked about 400 9MM HP's.. I plan to shoot about 100 of them tonight, along with a like number of .45ACP HP's.

That paper at the range doesn't stand a chance!
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Switched out the 550B today for 40- S&W run.

Loaded 100 of
Hornady 155 grain XTP
5.9 grains of Universal Clays
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Mixed Brass
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Just finished about 570 .223, then switched over to .308 and reloaded a test 20, we will see how they go before I load any more.
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50 rounds .223
Lapua Brass
Remington 7 1/2 primers
23.8 gr Reloader 15
Berger 80 gn VLD
2.375 OAL

200 .223
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24.5 gr Reloader 15
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