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Q:Reloading is becoming more and more important with rising prices. I noticed that bullets without the cannula, or the ribbed part for crimping, are much cheaper. Question is, how is it for crimping, especially on some of those magnum rounds I shoot like .454? What does the brass grab onto to avoid "Crimp Creep?" Any tips on these bullets is much appreciated.
Q:Question for all you reloaders. I am reloading .454 Casull pistol ammunition, I am NOT loading them hot at all; right at the recommended weight. I am continually having "Crimp Creep" where after one round is fired the other bullets in the other cylinders are pulling the bullet from the brass causing the gun not to cycle rounds. I have tried a harder crimp, almost to the point of buckling the case, and I am still having this issue. I have lately switched to the Lee Factory Crimp Die and it somewhat works but I am still worrysome. Any tips or tricks to help me? Thanks alot!
Q:I bought a 12ga./7x57R combo gun a few years ago. I've been shooting Sellier & Bellot ammo in the rifle barrel & now have a good supply of empty brass I'd like to start reloading. I already load for the regular 7x57. If I get the proper shellholder for the rimmed case, can I use the regular 7x57 sizing die? If so, what is the right RCBS &/or Hornady shellholder?
Q:I want to start reloadingsome 30-06 brass that i have but i dont have a clue what i need to get started. Im going to use friends vise and other tools but i need to know what componets i need as in what primers what kind of bullets and what kind of powder.Any help would be appreciated thanks.
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Live Hunt: Three Reasons You Should Hand Load Your Hunting Rifle (1:30)
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Even with a virtually unlimited variety of available factory loads, hand loading is becoming more popular than ever.