What did you do at your reloading bench today?

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  • ToolAA

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    Jun 17, 2016
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    God's Country
    Sometimes seeing others at work motivates us to do the same.



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    ToolAA

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    Jun 17, 2016
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    God's Country
    Saving brass for a rainy day like today.

    Deprimed and cleaned about 1500 5.56. Along with some misc 6.5 and 9mm

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    Buff7mm

    Hooligan #2
    Mar 4, 2009
    13,104
    Garrett County
    Absoutely nothing today, I'm on holiday break today.:D but the day ain't over yet.:cool:
     

    Alphabrew

    My pronouns: Bro/Bruh
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    Jan 27, 2013
    30,472
    Woodbine
    Good thread idea, I like reading the one on ARF. I resized and primed 150 cases of 9mm.
     

    PowPow

    "Need coin go up!"
    Nov 22, 2012
    4,653
    Howard County
    Moved my bench to a different area in the basement with more room.
     

    Speed3

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    Aug 19, 2011
    7,086
    MD
    Not firearm related, but sharpened 10 knives for my dad on the Ken Onion sharp maker. Thing works great!
     

    DeadeyeJack

    Supporter of Freedom
    Sep 13, 2009
    1,226
    Dixie
    Trimmed a few hundred 5.56 to a precise 1.7500
     

    Uncle Duke

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    Feb 2, 2013
    9,327
    Not Far Enough from the City
    I organized my 6mm, 6.5mm and 30 caliber rifle bullets in an old milk crate label up. I thought it might be both interesting and unusual if I could (for once) actually see at a glance what I do and don't have.
     

    CombatAK

    Hooligan #12
    Sep 1, 2015
    1,151
    Cresaptown
    Tumbled range brass for distribution to various Hooligans.
     

    Todd S

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    Feb 4, 2012
    1,314
    Glen Rock, PA
    I sorted a 5 gallon bucket of various brass. Had mostly 9mm, 5.56 and .45. Had a good amount of 30-06. Might have to get something that eats -06, maybe a Garand... :party29:
     

    ToolAA

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    Jun 17, 2016
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    God's Country
    There was already a similar thread that has not had much activity lately
    https://www.mdshooters.com/showthread.php?t=201002

    I had today off, I melted some lead. 9mm, 309, and 45 for Cowboy loads.



    Oh man I'm sorry I didn't notice. Maybe one of the mods can just combine them. (I'm assuming its just some quick internet kung-fu to do something like that).


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    iH8DemLibz

    When All Else Fails.
    Apr 1, 2013
    25,396
    Libtardistan
    Getting all the goodies together to start casting some hollow base bullets for the .50 cal. side lock.


    PS: Good thread.
     

    Melnic

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    Dec 27, 2012
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    HoCo
    Oh man I'm sorry I didn't notice. Maybe one of the mods can just combine them. (I'm assuming its just some quick internet kung-fu to do something like that).


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    Does not bother me so long as people are posting what they are up to :)
     

    StickShaker

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    Mar 3, 2016
    888
    Montgomery
    All caught up on reloading so did odds and ends.

    I got a Lewis lead remover and tried it out. I had already cleaned my gun so just went through the motions.

    Also received and tried some VFG bore pellets used with JB Bore Paste. I likey :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaPzrAfemIE

    A while back I bought a really nice Tipton carbon fiber cleaning rod for my pistols but even the shortest length they sold was way too long. I unglued the rod, cut it shorter, and reglued it back in the handle.

    There is some .38 Special brass that I don't want to use with full wadcutters because the web starts too high in the case and it will deform the bullet or bulge the case. I always wondered if the case volume was different so I measured them with water compared to normal cases. Not enough difference to worry about.

    Drooled over my new 58 bit gunsmithing screwdriver set. These damn sales are killing my wallet.

    Fixed a noisy fan in a heater that I use in my reloading area.
     
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