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RudyVey

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  • Birthday 10/12/1954

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    South Plain field, NJ
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    Rudolf Vey

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  1. Last Tuesday and today I was out for the first time this year....shot a total of 500 rounds 9 mm and 98 of .38spl (why 98, because I can reload my 686+ 14x and have not a single round left in the box) - this means, I need to reload more.....
  2. I have both, and I think the Armanov is a bit tighter. Like the flip cover, but it does not work for the shockbottle.
  3. Use Titewad for year in .38spl, works fine for me.
  4. Reloaded some 200 9 mm to finish off the S&B primers I had on hand, now its all Winchester for the next year or two.
  5. today I was shooting so I can reload more....
  6. Not much, other than unpacking 10k primers from Brownell's.
  7. Started with xtreme, then switched to ACME, and after some issues with them,then I went to Precision Delta a few years ago and never looked back.....
  8. "Large Fart funnel", let this sink in....
  9. Walnut with Nufinish, two caps of it. After some use, I add another cap. When it gets dirty, I replace this mix and make a new one. The walnut I use comes from the pet store, it is lizard bedding.
  10. Lighter bullets mean normally a higher load on the powder, so when you load 124 with 5.4-5.6, I would assume the proper load for 115 should be slightly above this.
  11. True, I load my PD 124 RN to 1.14 and the JHP 124 to 1.10 - all work well with Walthers, Glock, Sig and some others. But then, I am just a hobby shooter and do not compete.
  12. Hate they make both size primers in .45 brass....I am sorting before every run, just to be safe, and from time to time, I find a small primer round. I shoot in a indoor range, and the range guys know I take my brass home and they often sweep the brass from other shooter towards me....make sure you check every round you take home from the range!!
  13. Metering very consistent in my 550.
  14. I started with a 9 mm SDB, then added another one for .45......then I started reloading .38 spl, and realized, it is time to upgrade. Now I have two 550's, one is set for large primer for .45; one for small primer and there I reload 9 mm and .38 spl. The latter one I do in batches of 500-800 a time, then re-set to 9 mm - takes less then 3 minutes.....as I have two complete set-ups with powder measure, dies etc. Just pop the connecting rod out, remove the tool head and put the other one in, change shell plate and pins, re-connect the rod, done....
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