James wrote:Generally it is not necessary to trim brass on the first re-loading. Perhaps for several loadings? How much brass stretches depends on several factors.
When the brass becomes long enough after sizing that it hits the end of the space allowed for brass in the firearm, then you gotta trim. If you are crimping, brass of uniform length gives uniform crimps.
XSlevinn wrote:What's a good reloading manual? I don't know for sure which bullets I want to use or what brands I can find.. so I don't really want to get a book for a certain brand of bullets.. Is there a book that just covers reloading data in general or something? I just don't know which components I want or are available right now.
XSlevinn wrote:Getting pretty excited to actually start loading.
NormanXDm wrote:XSlevinn wrote:Getting pretty excited to actually start loading.
For me, reloading is almost therapeutic. Almost to the point that a trip to the range is really about making empty brass to reload. A win-win in my book.
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