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  1. MadBomber


    And no matches to shoot! Kung flu sucks!
  2. You can't go wrong with a Dillon 550 press for nearly all of your reloading needs. I've been running one for well over 20 years.
  3. I use small rifle primers in just about everything I load. .380, 9, 40, 38sc, etc. You need/should run rifle primers at major pf. That way you get less primer flow and flattening.
  4. That all depends on what caliber you are shooting and what power factor. Need more information.....
  5. Not legal. IMO, you are using the other arm as a support. Hold the free hand tight to your chest. That way it doesn't flop around like a pendulum. You can't support the other arm in any way.
  6. Should be able to use about any data for 124gr FMJ or hollow points. May have to tweak it a little bit for your gun.
  7. I have been running AFTEC in all my 1911/2011 pistols for 20 years. I have never had to change springs or broken one yet. Knock on wood. So, what's that tell ya.
  8. It's hard to say for sure. Load them up and try them. Worst case, dead primer. They will probably be just fine.
  9. Check my last post! I use 4.5 grains.
  10. They would not be legal on the 21 round mags. May be on the 17's.
  11. 4.8-5.0 should put you in the right ballpark. I use 5.0 with a 124 FMJ at OAL of 1.165. I load 9 major at that length, so I just load my minor stuff at that length as well. Runs 100% and makes around 130 PF.
  12. I have been running skateboard tape on mine for many years. Kinda hard to beat.
  13. I have been using Soundgear plugs for 7 years now. Like them a lot.
  14. Sounds like you don't have enough crimp. Brass indenting the bullet shouldn't have much effect in the practical shooting world.
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