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MikedaddyH

What did do today on your loading bench !

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Nothing yet. Picked up a couple hundred 556, couple hundred 9mm and 50 44mag brass off the floor at the range so they need the works but i wanna finish my scope cam mount first

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Sat on my ass and did nothing today! Tomorrow I take out my old water heater and finish hooking up the new 'tankless' water heater. There is me and 5 females in my house. Lord help me if I don't have hot water tomorrow evening! <outtahere>

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Yesterday I loaded up 400 rds of 45 auto, kind of ashamed to admit that was all the primers I had, tumbled and processed more 45 auto brass today and got more supplies coming. Did anyone else notice the price of pretty much all bullets has gone up?

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Prices came back down to pre BS prices. Hornady 168 Match $26.99 , the 55gr and. 60gr were $16 each. Sierra went up about $2 a box. Haven't seen any Berry's plated for like 3 months.

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Ranier 200 gr 45 auto 1000ct weny from 123 to 135, the Remington 30 carbine bullets I was getting went up about $2 per hundred and the ranier 9mm bulk went up too, probably to do with that lead smelter closing.

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Loaded up 20 rounds of Hornady 55gr fmjbt w/cann to finish off the box.H335 and cci primers. Had two 50gr spitzers so I loaded those also. Did those before breakfast.

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Let the hoarding begin! I don't really "save" any money by reloading, it just allows me to shoot more for the amount of money I can spend on ammo, and it never hurts to be able to tell the wife that " if I get my supplies in bulk I can do it for about 50-60% of factory ammo cost".

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Let the hoarding begin! I don't really "save" any money by reloading, it just allows me to shoot more for the amount of money I can spend on ammo, and it never hurts to be able to tell the wife that " if I get my supplies in bulk I can do it for about 50-60% of factory ammo cost".

I was just talking with my son about stockpiling some ammo last night. He's in Okinawa right now with 17 months to go on his station there. I told him I could probably manage put some away now that he is out of the country! :auto: <lmao>

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Loaded up two batches of 50 each of Hornady 55gr SP w/cann over H335.

1st with 24.5gr and CCi BR-4

2nd with 24.8gr and WIN WSR

Oal 2.188" to 2.196" with a light crimp..

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