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Over the last week or so I have loaded 1000 45acp 230gn FMJ and added it to the stock pile.

I am now going to start working on 9mm again for a while but probably not to long, I have some test loads with Remington 100gn frangable I want to shoot out of a new glock 19 gen 4, then will load up a 1000 or so of what ever load I decide on. After that I have a 45 colt project I want to work on.
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Over the last week or so I have loaded 1000 45acp 230gn FMJ and added it to the stock pile.

I am now going to start working on 9mm again for a while but probably not to long, I have some test loads with Remington 100gn frangable I want to shoot out of a new glock 19 gen 4, then will load up a 1000 or so of what ever load I decide on. After that I have a 45 colt project I want to work on.
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Prepped 100 308win cases and loaded 100 45LC.
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Prepped two hundred plus cases of 223 and loaded An additional 300 rounds of 62 gr fmj over 23.0 grains of varget.
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Prepped two hundred plus cases of 223 and loaded An additional 300 rounds of 62 gr fmj over 23.0 grains of varget.
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.223 case prep. 4k
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Nothing, still have to get to the range and test my last recipe before I do a couple hundred of them.
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200rds of 9mm, 100rds .308, & 50rds of. 223.....I already preparedthe cases the other day
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350 of 12ga nd 125 rds of 223 this past weekend!
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100 x 223 Rem via straight dies and arbor press.
500 x 9mm
500 x 45ACP
I also am presently running the tumbler in The Cave for my wife's 9mm brass.
I will now turn on the furnace and cast more slugs and 00 Buckshot.
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200 rounds of 9mm. Really loving the progressive press. Did all those in under an hour whereas I would have maybe done 50 with the single stage.
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.45ACP test loads using Federal No. 200 SPMP and HS-6. Downloaded 20% from max and worked up to max across 5 steps. These are SPP cases, mostly Federal. 25 each of 200 grain LSWC and 230 LRN.

I'm trying to work up loads to use up the 5000 SPMP I got for super cheap so I can save the other 5000 SPP I have for 9MM and .38 Special.

I'll load up a similar set tonight/tomorrow for .357 Magnum using 158 grain JHP and .38 Special +P using 125 LRN.
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I'm trying to find the right load for my .308 blr, I have 2 different powders I'm working working with. BLC (2) and Varget. I'm using 150gn Nosler E tip bullets. Where I hunt you cannot use lead bullets, makes this experiment pricey. Staring off Varget powder and 42.3gn load and working up to max 46.5gn. Going to look for the best groups and focus on getting a tighter pattern. This gun is not a long range riffle but I'm still looking for the tightest pattern at 100 to 200 yards max.
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Hand primed 250 .223 cases while watching TV. I'll probably get another 250 done before I go to bed.

Tomorrow - I'll charge them with powder, seat and crimp the bullets (55gr FMJBT Hornady's) into them.
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Hand primed 250 .223 cases while watching TV. I'll probably get another 250 done before I go to bed.

Tomorrow - I'll charge them with powder, seat and crimp the bullets (55gr FMJBT Hornady's) into them.
Update - it ended up being 738 cases... All primed, now to start dropping powder.

738 x 28 grains = 2.95 lbs of WC844
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I shot my first 50 reloads at the range last weekend, 223 55 gr fmjbt and ram tac.
they all fired and we're all pretty accurate. I got about 200 more cases already prepped and I'll probably start cleaning and prepping the other 1000 or so.
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I prepped some '06 and 7-08 brass and loaded a few 284Win rounds for testing later, loaded some 180gr. bergers and 162gr. A-Max's with Reloader 17, should bean awesome combo.
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60 rds 5.56 24 gr H335 hornady FMJ 55gr
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500 rounds of .223, mixed brass (mostly Winchester and Aguila), CCI No. 41 Primers, 28 grains of WC844, Hornady 55gr FMJBT. Loaded, checked with a Lyman headspace gauge, weighed to verify no squibs, put onto stripper clips and loaded into a .30 Cal ammo can.

I've got about 280 more rounds to load, then about 20 round to pull apart because they failed quality control (light powder charge, wrong bullet, need resizing, etc.).
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Finally - finished!!

810 rounds of .223, 55 gr Hornady FMJBT, 28 gr WC 844, checked in a Lyman headspace gauge, weighed to eliminate any light powder loads, on stripper clips.

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Now, to get started on the 1000 pieces of .308 and 2500 pieces of 5.56 brass that I finished processing (tumble, trim, swag, etc.)
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Lubed, resized and tumbled 2000ea of 223 / 556 brass. PITA
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Just finished some .357 test loads. 140 and 158 xtp for my sp101. Actually this is my first time for loading 357.
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Set up the Loadmaster and loaded 10 test loads of 9MM with 95 grain frangible bullets on top of 5.0gr of Bullseye.

Also loaded 25 test loads of .357 Magnum with Federal Small Pistol Magnum Primers and -20% to max load of HS-6 topped by a 158 grain JHP.
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Shot my first 75 reloads last weekend - 230gr fmj .45 acp with Bullseye powder working up to max in 8 increments. Will load up a couple hundred rounds of 4.7 gr and 5gr bullseye (those seem to work out best for me) to try out this weekend. I'm surprised how enjoyable reloading is ... almost as fun as shooting!
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Started hand priming on 2500 pieces of 5.56 LC brass.
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Some 500 grain non-lead testers for 460 S&W.

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Loaded 50 243 rounds with 80gr. TTSX's and 45gr. of Reloader 17, this load is absolutely smoking at 3420fps out of my 24" barrel.

Also loaded some 284win rounds with 168gr. LRX rounds and some reloader 17 from 51-54gr. for a ladder test.
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~1500 45acp, 230gr fmj over 4.8gr Titegroup.
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810 rounds of .223, 55 gr Hornady FMJBT, 28 gr WC 844, checked in a Lyman headspace gauge, weighed to eliminate any light powder loads, on stripper clips.

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Now, to get started on the 1000 pieces of .308 and 2500 pieces of 5.56 brass that I finished processing (tumble, trim, swag, etc.)
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I thought AR-15 mags can use stripper clips? I guarantee you if someone bans the bullet button and mags are TRULY fixed, someone will invent a product that lets you swivel up the upper, clip the stripper clip into the exposed mag, and load away. Yes? probably already exists?
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I thought AR-15 mags can use stripper clips? I guarantee you if someone bans the bullet button and mags are TRULY fixed, someone will invent a product that lets you swivel up the upper, clip the stripper clip into the exposed mag, and load away. Yes? probably already exists?
It is called a stripper guide or "spoon".
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Tumbled, lubed and sized 400 .223/5.56 cases, sorted and reamed crimps. Will prime today and start loading.

Loaded about 75 rounds of 32 S&W a couple of days ago with 90gr SWC's. Those little suckers are a pain! I needs me a powder trickler.
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AR-15 or Mini-14 magazines, with a spoon or Striplula
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2 dozen 9 pellet 00 buck 12 gauge, a few 1 oz slugs, a few 7/8 oz slugs w/ 3 buck shot on top of those. about 50 .300 whisper Lee lead TL on top of 11.4 gr AA1680. Yeah and it is only 0800 H, I got up at 0630 to let the dog out and skipped breakfast.
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