Discussion in 'Ammunition' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Jul 26, 2013.
I guess i should add "multi" to my list of calibers. ;-D
I am now set up to reload everything I shoot. (If you figure that I haven't shot the rimfires in a while )
I'll need some more supplies, but I have all the dies etc.
9mm is that way now, but 4 weeks ago it was hard to find here. 9mm lead too.
But I need the practice, So I decided, "why not"?
.22lr - Brno Model 2
.223Rem - CZ 527 American
.257 Roberts - Custom built FN Commercial with a 24" Lothar Walther Barrel
7x64 - Santa Barbara 98 actioned Voere (Becoming LR toy)
9.3x62 - FN Commercial with an express V sight, used from driven Boar
12g - 2x Browning 525, Browning BPS 28", Benelli Supernova (Birdshot, Buckshot and Slug)
I have firearms in the following calibers:
I shoot a lot of 22LR through my converted M4. I'd like to start reloading 12GA so I can shoot more. It's taken a long time to find a shotgun that doesn't kick too much. I physically can't take much recoil.
Then definately get an inexpensive press, and learn to make your own low-recoil loads.
It's easy and cheap.
I did these with a $50 Lee press.
Some have paint or marker on them because they are special loads.
.22lr, .380, 9mm, .243, 7.62 X 39, 30-30, 20 ga.
Ammo is plentiful in Oklahoma. It's our version of the fountain of youth.
.22 LR and .38
.410 and 20 gauge
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