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Loaded up 1500 rounds of 9mm 124gr match ammo today.
 
Posts: 2219 | Location: Southern Minnesota | Registered: March 15, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Processed rifle brass, not much, just enough to be irritable.

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Loaded up 1200rds of 147gr Precision Delta 9mm.
 
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Loaded up 1200rds of 147gr Precision Delta 9mm.

My favorite round in the 9mm. I am still working off of a 3,000 round binge. Coming up soon more 10mm and .45, all with Precision Delta on top.
 
 
Posts: 6768 | Location: South Congress AZ | Registered: May 27, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Loaded up 200rds of 147gr 9mm. Got another few hundred more to do before switching to 124gr loads. Got to fill the ammo cans back up.
 
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Yesterday I formed and trimmed around five hundred Blackout case with the Dillion size and trim die. Works very well until the vacuum hose got plugged up. Before I noticed I had a mess going. Live and learn.
I get a big kick out of shooting the SBR surpressed with subsonic loads. So quiet you do not need ear plugs.
 
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Bought 2, never used 550 quick change for $75 ea and a not used rt 1200 trimmer for $225 think I did ok

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Loaded 330 rounds of .357 Sig, 300 rounds of .40 SW, 100 rounds of 303 British, and 100 rounds of 7.62x54r.
 
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Just finished my first 1500 rounds on my new 650....

 
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Tumbled about 500 cases of 9mm.
 
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I have​ started​ to work on a run of 300 BO. I loaded the first 250 this afternoon. Looks like
Approximately 1500 more to go.
 
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Stuck a damn 308 case in my F/L die. Never had my lube fail before. This one is really stuck! It ain't coming out while I walk this earth.

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Some men are morally opposed to violence; they are protected by men who are not.
 
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Here is my meager bench, complete now with a compressed air manifold, recently added. The 650 is tucked away. I also have a Rockchucker that bolts on the right hand end, when needed. The Sony radio provides some Country music when loading. An Acculab scale comes out when needed (reads .01gr). Plenty of weight on the bottom shelf, plus the bench top is bracket-bolted to two studs. Lighting has been improved since this pic.
 

 
 
Posts: 6768 | Location: South Congress AZ | Registered: May 27, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Henry,you got everything put away nice and neat,my loading space hasent been that clean since 1969 Confused
 
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Henry,you got everything put away nice and neat,my loading space hasent been that clean since 1969 Confused

Ralph, I got the pix you sent, and see what you mean. I guess I am sort of OCD that way. I could not work in your reloading area. Smile
 
 
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Henry,you got everything put away nice and neat,my loading space hasent been that clean since 1969 Confused

Ralph, I got the pix you sent, and see what you mean. I guess I am sort of OCD that way. I could not work in your reloading area. Smile
 


What on earth do you mean,I know where everything is and it is always close so I don't have to get out my chair to find it Big Grin
 
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Henry,you got everything put away nice and neat,my loading space hasent been that clean since 1969 Confused

Ralph, I got the pix you sent, and see what you mean. I guess I am sort of OCD that way. I could not work in your reloading area. Smile
 


What on earth do you mean,I know where everything is and it is always close so I don't have to get out my chair to find it Big Grin

I have a feeling (from forum discussions) that you are always reloading, casting, experimenting, etc. I tend to reload in large batches, enough of three calibers to get me through a year or more. I'll spend a couple of weeks to get stocked up. So most of the time my reloading bench is like the picture, with everything put away. It is repurposed for many other tasks, like gun cleaning, battery charging, etc. I also prefer to do the batch reloading in the winter time. The garage in summer, in AZ, even though it is insulated, can get uncomfortable during long periods of time.
 
I actually envy the method to your madness. It is just not in my brain to do things that way.
 
 
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Loaded up a little over 1600 rounds of 9mm 124gr match ammo Sunday.
 
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I'm trimming 300 blk brass. I might prime it if I have time.
 
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Setup the 3rd complete tool head for my 550B.

This one will be used for loading 9mm Major for my new custom Open gun that I just picked up yesterday.

Loaded up 40 124gr test rounds with CFE Pistol to give them a try through the new gun.
 
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