The Art of Reloading

The Art of Reloading

.223 Brass Processing: A Step-by-Step Guide

November 20, 2016 1 Comment

For those of you who have never before processed .223 / 5.56 brass, we thought it might be helpful to provide a quick "how to" guide that walks you through the necessary steps. There are a lot of informative videos available online that we would...

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The Importance of Rifle Case Preparation

October 15, 2016

Second to the firearm, case preparation or case "prep" is one of the most important contributors to accuracy.  When it comes to handloading, you can consider case prep to be a foundational step in creating highly accurate rifle ammunition.  Without it...

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Rifle Brass Lifespan

September 09, 2016

One of the errors that reloaders frequently make is using their brass either too little, or more commonly, too long before they toss it out.  The latter mistake often leads to issues that can end an otherwise enjoyable day at the range. I often see...

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Interpreting Load Data

August 17, 2016

Many people regard published load data, whether it be from a book or  a manufacturer’s website, to be a bible so to speak.  Reloaders both new and “experienced” sometimes incorrectly view it as the last word on...

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Selecting a Reloading Press

August 07, 2016

One of the first questions a new "handloader" is faced with when they decide to get into reloading is, "what type of reloading press should I buy; single stage, turret or progressive?" If you search the internet, you will receive a...

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Powder Scale Options

August 03, 2016

Let’s talk about scales.  Scales are one of the core components of any metallic reloading setup.  Without a good scale you will never obtain the results you need, and with a bad scale, you risk physical injury and catastrophic damage to...

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New Brass vs. Once Fired Brass

August 01, 2016

So you've finally decided to take up the art of reloading.  After researching reloading bench designs you've constructed your own, personalized, handloading command center, which is now fully-equipped with shiny new dies and...

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