Thank you for reaching out with your support for these bills. I'm happy to let you know that I am signed onto both bills as a 'co-sponsor' and will push for their advancement and passage this session!
18th Worcester District
1:7. At this point I'm anticipating that the heavier 62 or 77's might shoot more favorably out of it, but we'll see what happens. If I had to bet, I'd say this may be the best accuracy I'm gonna get out of "budget" bullets, although it's rumored that the dogtowns are blem Nosler bullets.
Got a chance to bring my 20" AR build out to play during the warm weather this weekend. I have some Dogtown 55gr projectiles I need to get rid of (bought in the shortage after Sandy Hook) before I get to my bulk Hornady FMJBT collection. Doing load development with H335, I started at 23gr and...
A friend was kind enough to lend me his CED M2 Chrono for a few weeks while I tested reloads in a variety of handguns and I really enjoyed quantifying my results not only downrange but also in velocities to correlate my load data to the book data. I'm strongly considering purchasing one to...
I'd be very curious how you make out with this, and I'd be interested to hear how you would rate this in terms of time and difficulty.
Considering 1x Lake City brass goes for over $60/k, this might pay for itself in the first few thousand rounds of use.
Thanks. I think I'm going to order the competition seater dies for 45 and 9, and get a standard RCBS die set for 38/357. For 38/357 I'll just run the cases through the seat/crimp die to seat first, then again to crimp. Thanks for helping me make sense of everything!
I am considering doing one of two things for my pistol reloads to separate the seat and crimp stages. Currently, I use the third die of your typical RCBS 3-die set to do both in one stage and I hate it. The two calibers in question are 9mm with 115gr RN plated bullets and 45ACP with both JHP and...