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#6244294 - 04/01/16 11:32 AM looking for some help on reloading
chemdawg Offline
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Registered: 01/15/15
Posts: 257
is there any one who would be willing to help me start reloading i have the book but because of my head injury in iraq i dont read well I have the general idea i use to help my dad but we did not us pressed we use a light hammer and tapped the bullet in to the casings we would weight every bullet to make sure it was with in 2 grains of what it was suppose to be every thing that was off was sent back to the factory and they alway send new ones we would wight the powder and place it in cup cake rappers 15-20 at a time nock the primer out blind it in to the resizer not sure how its done any more put the primer in pored the powder in and then tap the buller on to it he did not shorten the casing i thy were to long they went in the trash but i am scared with out someone who know what to do we can do video chat and you can walk me through every thing i really want something to do all day it gets boring when your hurt and cant do anything i can do this with out a lot of move meant i have a press it is a lee hand press i have dies a trimer calimprers scale primer tool bras tumbler had press new brass hullers i just dont know what powder to buy i have some my dad had for the 22-250 and the loss he used if any one is interested in helping a disabled vet get in to reloading please pm me i have all this stuff new just sitting in there thank you and sorry for the horrible spelling i suffered a head injury in iraq and this is the best i can do thanks for under standing

#6244716 - 04/01/16 04:59 PM Re: looking for some help on reloading [Re: chemdawg]
tenyearsgone Offline
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Registered: 04/21/13
Posts: 1616
Honestly, because of your injury I'd advise you don't attempt this. This is something that requires attention to detail and reading well. There's a high chance you're going to injure yourself or someone else.

A lot of powders are very similar in names (some only different by a letter or number) and the amount of powder required depends on bullet weight. This requires reading in detail which you've admitted is not possible for you.

Please do the right thing and sell your stuff before something tragic happens. Do you have an obudsman that helps you currently?

#6244842 - 04/01/16 06:56 PM Re: looking for some help on reloading [Re: chemdawg]
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Chem, I too do not think it is a good idea for you to reload.

I have a short attention spa


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