I getting a reloader next week from my coworker for free. he says it will comes with the 9mm and .45 dies. i have no idea on how to reload. are there any sites recommended for newbies on reloading?
+1 and the more the better.Buy a good manual.
A good idea but, just because I've done something a thousand times the wrong way doesn't mean I know what I'm doing. Read some reloading manuals.Find someone who reloads with a similar press and spend an hour reloading with them.
Not to discount what you've said. But some people, like me, are "visual" learners. I'm just giving him options.+1 and the more the better.
A good idea but, just because I've done something a thousand times the wrong way doesn't mean I know what I'm doing. Read some reloading manuals.
97% of the time, the primer will not have sufficient power to push the bullet out of the barrel, and it will almost always be stuck in the barrel. Which is why it makes very important to be able to detect one, especially if you do any kind of rapid fire as is commonly done in competitive shooting.I've never personally had the misfortune of running across a "squib" round but when you say "build a squib round and shoot it"... does the primer alone have sufficient force to ensure that the round doesn't become lodged in the barrel?
I'm asking specifically in regards to both 9mm and 45 ACP. Anyone ever done it, either on purpose or accidentally?? :huh:
I'm not a Lee progressive guy. But it shouldn't be hard to figure out, I run Dillon.okay, here are the pics:
what are these for?