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#5545498 - 01/15/15 05:48 PM Houston reloader
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Registered: 07/24/13
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Loc: Houston, TX
Looking for someone in Houston who can teach me to reload.
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#5546568 - 01/16/15 09:22 AM Re: Houston reloader [Re: cyberpyrot]
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Well, I used to live in Houston, but now live 130ish miles north. If you don't mind the drive, I'll show you how to reload. I need to work up some new loads for the 223 with IMR3031 and BL(C)-2 anyway.

PM me for directions. It's an easy drive.

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#5547961 - 01/17/15 04:40 AM Re: Houston reloader [Re: cyberpyrot]
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Where you at? Houston is near 80 miles wide....

Honestly, unless you're borderline mentally deficient you can teach yourself.

You can buy any number of vids or look for free ones like on Hodgdon's website. A manual would be a nice supplement. One like Lyman's 49th will give a rundown on terminology and safety precautions to take. If you find a good video that goes over those things it's really not needed (not sure any exist though). About the only time I open mine now is for bathroom reading on the history of cartridges. Load information can be found bullet and powder websites.

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