.22lr reloading kit.

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  1. Caveman Jim

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    Interesting! Wonder what they do to recharge the primer?
     
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    Were would you get your brass since its rim fire?
     
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    Any where along Memaloose road?

    Actually I've saved .22 brass because I have a swaging die set to make bullet jackets out of .22 brass...ughh im a hoarder:(
     
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    A trifling detail. lol

    Oh, found this.. don't sound like fun.

    "An effective rimfire mix can be made by gently removing and crushing the tips of "strike anywhere" matches, then adding a little hot water to make a slurry thin enough so that you can drip a bit into the bottom of the case, then spin the case on an appropriate sized dowel or drill rod to centrifuge the priming slurry out into the rim."

    http://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?182089-can-you-make-priming-compound/page10
     
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    I'm guessing a lot of work for a lot of miss fires
     
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    $ 74.95?

    I just bought a 555round box from BiMart for $26ish
    So, let me get my calculator out here....:)
     
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    No need. I'm sure many here can reload 1000 9/38 for like $30.
     
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    I'm just the messenger folks and dabbling in the world of reloading.
    It does seem a bit labor intensive though for a round that will be shot so quickly that the novelty would soon wear off.....
     
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    I guess if you ever wanted a legit reason to waste time on .22LR to the point where the wife almost calls you in as a missing person.

    Let's see, it would take 10 hours to reload 500 rounds. Your time is worth something, say $20/hr.

    Not quite my cup of tea. I'd rather pay the knuckle draggers who jack up prices so my son can't go shoot cheaply than reload that ammo.
     
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    would be the same thing as finding remington thunderblanks. alot of work for a lot of misfires.
     
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    My wife thought I was nuts when the opportunity to buy 100 bricks of Federal Target ammo for $10.00 a brick was offered to me.
    I can now show her a YouTube video on what it takes to make 50,000 of them, one at a time.
     
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    The video a the link below seems to confirm your suspicion. They have a measuring tool, a crimping tool, a tool to scrape out the old primer and a tool to pack in the new primer, but I see no tool that removes the dent from the firing pin. They don't apparently get around to mentioning that in the video either, just so happens...

    http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2014/11/25/sharpshooter-22lr-reloader-kit/
     
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    After making 100 of them, I know what I'd use the 101st for.
     
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    They make pretty strong pellet rifles these days. I'd go that way, perhaps even to include swaging/casting your own slugs. nah (unless it was 9mm or something)
     
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    224 bullets are hard enough for me to place,let alone a shorter one.
    Heck the commercial machine is only a cool mil.
     
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    Interesting why I have over 10k in 22LR, I am curious how does one reuse the rimfire part that indents when struck ??
     
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    He also has a youtube acct and shows the whole process.
     
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    This has been posted before, but my opinion remains the same - except in the case of an SHTF situation where I really need more ammo, I don't see this ever being worth the time and effort to do. Too much work for too little reward. But, keeping this around for a serious ammo shortage, etc. may not be a bad idea.
     
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