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    Expert marksman mustangfreek's Avatar
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    Loaded up some test rounds in 45 and some tester loads with 55gr fmj and aa2230 and h335.

    Wishing the weather would get a little better so i could get out and shoot some..


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    Trimmed and primed 300 6.5creedmoor


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    Currently loading 300 rounds of 6.5creed


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    I uniformed some primer pockets and deburred some flash holes.


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    Washed and dried 8000 pcs of .223 brass.
    Washed and dried 3000 pcs of .30-06 brass, sorted, resized,
    swaged pockets on 10% of it, trimmed and deburred all 3000.

    Picked up a $50 used Kenmore clothes dryer to adapt to brass
    drying. Hope to get to the adaptation today, too.


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    I reorganized my bench and my shelves today, was getting a lil cluttered and starting to drive me nuts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911 View Post
    I reorganized my bench and my shelves today, was getting a lil cluttered and starting to drive me nuts.
    I am SO jealous!


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    Holy crap snowed again today!!Well still working on my cast bullet lube formula. Melted down my Ben's Red and added some more beeswax to stiffin it up a bit. Lube quite a few cast bullets with the first batch but made quite a mess. Got stinking lube all over everything. Lucky enough I got an old timer that is a local bee keeper and a hunter so bees wax is easy to get and pretty cheap.Great for conversation too. Cherish the old timers they are great!! And one day they will be gone and so the wealth of info they carry!


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    Sized 200 pieces of 308 and deburred the flash holes. That is enough for today..


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    Primed 400 45acp loaded 200 9mm tumbled the rest of my 6.5 creed cleaned and organized my reloading room still in the works.


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