Howa 1500 Stainless Sporter in 7WSM (Winchester Short Magnum) muzzle-threaded 1/2UNF, bedded into Boyd's Laminate thumbhole stock (Pepper) with a basic adjustable butt-plate. Round count when I bought it was 300 (he logged his brass's reloading cycles) and I've added another 125...
I haven't ventured in to the world of reloading before, its never really "floated my boat". But, with the prospect of copper coming its making more sense to me and possibly because I'm quite keen on precision.
So the simple question is, if you were starting again, what would you buy or avoid...
Withdrawn from sale RCBS Range Master 2000 Electric Powder Scale (220v)
• 2,000-grain capacity
• +/-0.1 grain accuracy
• Backlit LCD display
• Touchscreen operation
• 9-volt DC or 120/240 VAC four-country power supply
• Two 50-gram calibration/check weights
• Ambidextrous metal scale pan
Having a clear out of unwanted/unused reloading items:
RCBS M500 Mechanical scale NEW. £75
RCBS Advanced Powder Measure Stand NEW. £20
RCBS Uniflow Powder Measure NEW £85
Lee Improved Powder Measure Kit. NEW £8
All items plus Postage. Can collect Chepstow or meet from Bristol M4 to Oxford.
Just picked up a new RCBS Press from Sportsman in Newport, brought it home and set it up on my work bench but have trouble with getting the shell holder into the slot on the ram! Any ideas? I have both a RCBS shell holder and a Lee universal holder and neither will fit!
So, my brand new very expensive machine has arrived from the states. I have been looking forward to using it all week. Sat down this morning to load up some rounds andI have a problem I can not work out how to fix. I have spent the last 4 hours trawling the web and watching every you tube clip...
Just splashed out on an RCBS Charge Master Combo from the states. Its Pay day!!
At best I will save £130 rather than buying it from a UK stockist. At worst £60!
I figured 300 odd rounds and the machine has paid itself off.
Just wanted to gloat! Sorry :D
This is intended as an overview of the reloading process explaining the steps required to turn spent brass cases into new loaded rounds. It is aimed at those people who are unfamiliar with the reloading process but if any old hands want to chip in with alternative suggestions then please do - I...