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Old July 28th, 2020, 05:39 PM #1
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Prepping 40 Cal S&W

I make my own case holders custom to each of my cases. Prepped 50 rounds today.
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Old July 28th, 2020, 06:09 PM #2
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I see an "old school" reloading bench set up. I used to make my own case holders too. In the seventies, shooting Bullseye and bench rest matches, it was enough. Once I started PPC and later IPSC, I had to get my wife to help in order to make enough ammo between matches. That was enough to ok a Dillon somewhere around '88. I still have a Lyman turret press for odd calibers but most get done on the Dillon.
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If it works for you, that is great.

But I never saw the reason to load this way.

I clean, size, prime. Then I pick up a case, charge it with power, then seat the bullet. Done.

Very little chance of double charging, as you only handle each case once for powder and bullet.
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