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    Expert Doublehelix's Avatar
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    Things I hate about reloading

    There are two things that I hate about reloading, and I want to write a letter to President Trump to get this rectified as soon as possible.

    1) .380 cases at the range
    2) Two sizes of .45 primers

    These two issues are a travesty to our art and threaten the existence of our Nation as a whole.

    Who's with me here?

    What other issues do you have?
    James

    "Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake"
    ~Napoleon Bonaparte~

    Si vis pacem, para bellum.

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    Crimped Primers

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    I can't think of anything I don't like about reloading or accumulating.
    Where's the Kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering Kaboom.

    Marvin the Martian

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    Master
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    Not having a proper space and setting up everything then taking it all down.

    I will be looking hard into this issue come winter. The old came mounted work bench might just be big enough. Who works on pc's anymore. Been only a few friends still mixing up parts and pieces anymore.

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    Marksman
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    OP, I have started using a 9mm factory plastic cartridge holder to find the .380's. Dump your 9/380 mix in a paperbox lid, put in your plastic tray from a 50 round retail box and take a handful of brass and dump/shake on top of the holder. Most will fall in primer side down. You can fill in the few blanks that dumping wont get. Then just sight over the top for the .380's. The 9x18 are a little trickier so watch for them. Here is a youtube vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpkUnUqMo8U

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    It's also a TON of fun when the hose that holds the old primers slips off of the bottom of your turret press while you're trying to empty it......

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    Not good to know you were watching me last night! Had to get the vacuum out to pick up all the spent primers.

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    Not having enough components to last me the next 354 years?
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