Outside neck turning is a task that the majority of reloaders may never perform. More handloaders probably should be neck turning based on the quality of the brass we see.
Non-benchrest rifles can be generally described for this discussion as rifles weighing approximately 10 lbs or less that have a forend configuration that is rounded.
Weighing cases is becoming a more of an accepted step to sort new cases. It is a step done by many benchrest shooters, long-range shooters, and other competitors.
Looking for your first case trimmer or looking to replace or grade your current one™
Meplat uniforming is a relatively new and advanced procedure that many long-range shooters are performing on their bullets or ammo.
This starts with a general inspection starting with but plate or recoil pad and making sure the on a adjustable but plate that all the screws and adjustable parts move freely up or down and side to side.
I wanted to address one of the most asked questions that I help all of you with: “How do I use your Sinclair Seating Depth Gauge™”
Spring is just around the corner, your cases are prepped, the rifle is back from the gunsmith in tip top condition and you’re thinking - “I’m ready”! The gear may be squared away but are you™
We are often asked for a fool-proof method to set up a full length sizing and begin reloading our fired cases.
The final installment on measuring tools (Part 3) covers the Dial Indicator which is commonly used in reloading and gunsmithing tasks.
Back in March 2010, I wrote an article about Hornady's Case Neck Annealing Kit.
What is the proper seating depth for bullets™ There is no definitive exact answer to this. However it is what makes the rifle shoot best.
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