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Handloading, or reloading, is the process of making firearm cartridges by assembling the individual components (case, primer, propellant, and projectile), rather than purchasing mass-assembled, factory-loaded ammunition.The term handloading is the more general term, and refers generically to the manual assembly of ammunition. Reloading refers more specifically to handloading using previously fired cases and shells. The terms are often used interchangeably however, as the techniques are largely the same, whether the handloader is using new or recycled components. The differences lie in the initial preparation of cases and shells; new components are generally ready to load, while previously fired components often need additional procedures, such as cleaning, removal of expended primers, or the reshaping and resizing of brass cases.
I've got a lot of the plastic boxes that reloading dies come in.
All different makers. Probably 20 or so.
You can have as many as you want for free. I have not figured
out a use for them. Here is a picture of a few. There are type/makers.
Let me know how many you want.
Like new Lee RGB 8mm Mauser (8x57) dies for $12.00. Used for less than 100 reloads.
Economy green plastic package with only sizer and bullet seater dies. Bare bones. Retail list is about $30.
Does not include Factory Crimp die, shell holder, powder dipper or load data.
But it gets the job...
Here are a couple of RCBS items in good condition -
RCBS M500 Mechanical Powder Scale has been used with good results - I have multiple other scales and all powder throw weights match up between them.
Good scale and has been on the shelf for far too long.
RCBS 41 Magnum 3-die set - Clean &...
Hornady 204 Ruger Custom Grade dies, never used (have a Redding set) - $40
Lee Carbide Die set, 44 Magnum #90516 w/ shellholder - $40
Lee Carbide Die set, 45 ACP #90513 w/ shellholder - $50
Cash FTF @ Beaverton Town Square (Fred Meyer) or Paypal F&F.
Will ship CONUS for $8 via USPS.
For sale are some 45 LC RCBS reloading dies. One set is the standard, the other is carbide. Both are 3--die and in great condition. Included with each are a flat nose and round nose seater plug.
$30 for the standard set, $50 for the carbide
Thanks for looking
RCBS 30.06 Full Length Die set, new, $20. Sold
30.06 Die set, unknown brand, $15
Lee 7.62x39 Russian Die set including Factory Crimp Die and shell holder, $25 SOLD
Also have 30.06 brass available for 20 10 cents each.
Prefer to meet mask to mask at Cabelas just off I-5 at the Tualatin exit...
Bought for a reloading project that I never started and now that I no longer own any rifles in this caliber, I’m offering up these new, never-used dies. Online they seem to be going for $32-36 plus shipping so I’m offering these for $25 (and you’d cover shipping if you’d like them shipped)...
Am looking to purchase a set of reasonably priced used reloading dies and shell holder for .22 K Hornet.
Must be K Hornet (not Hornet)
Must be standard thread 7/8-14 thread to fit RCBS Press.
Brand of dies is not important as long as they are in excellent condition.
Lee Factory Crimp Dies $5 Each
243WIN, 222REM, 22/250, 270WIN
Lee Collet Dies $10 Each
222REM, 22/250, 270WIN
Lee Complete Set 270WIN $15
Lee Collet Set w/FCD 7MM/08 $15
Lee Complete 9MM Set (Missing Decap Stem) $10
Herters 223 Dies $5
Pacific 7MM Dies (rough) $5
RCBS 223REM Neck Sizing...
I have some 50 BMG reloading dies and tools I no longer will be needing. They are all in excellent condition and have little use on them.
CH/4D resizing and seater die. $275 shipped
CH/4D deburring tool. $25 shipped
K&M case length trimmer. $50 shipped
K&M primer pocket tool. $35 shipped
EDIT: Price dropped
I will be going back to school for a PhD, so I'm trimming down to things that I can afford to shoot on a grad student salary (aka pretty much .22s and airguns). Thus, it may be time to say goodbye to my Swedish Mauser. It's all matching metalwork, non-matching stock, 1915...