Hornady Lock and Load AP Progressive Reloading Press

Hornady Lock and Load Progressive Reloading Press

If you have started the fun and adventurous hobby of reloading your own ammunition, otherwise known as cooking with explosives (OK technically, they’re high burn rate propellants), you might want to check out the Hornady Lock and Load. We’ve been using a Hornady Lock and Load AP progressive reloading press for about 2 years now […]

Shooting Chrony Beta Master Chronograph

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Be sure to get the name right on this one. The correct model identification is a Shooting Chrony ‘Beta Master’ and not the other way around. If you’re into reloading, you absolutely, positively have to get a chronograph. Chronograph is a big word that means fancy electronic thing that figures out how fast your bullets […]

Forster Case Trimmer

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Sometimes the traditional, classic method is the best. We picked up a Forster Case Trimmer about a year ago for light to moderate volume case trimming chores. And we couldn’t be happier with it. Here are some of the primary features in the Paupers English: Holes in the base allow easy mounting to a table […]

Review: Lee Steel 3 Die Set .357 Sig

Lee Steel 3 Die Set - .357 Sig

The Good Low price. Generally works. The Bad Decapping pin has a tendency to slip upwards. The Ugly Very susceptible to case scoring. Our Rating One Nun Lee Steel 3 Die Set .357 Sig Approximate Price: $35.98 suggested retail, less online. www.leeprecision.com I’ve got  number of sets of Lee reloading dies in various calibers and […]

How to reload without having parts left over…

Sinclair Reloading Video

If you’re like me, there have been one or two times in your life when you embarked upon a “do it yourself” project and when all was said and done, and the dust settled, there were a few mystery parts left over. When it comes to reloading ammunition, this is definitely NOT a good thing! […]