Originally Posted by KG7IL
astute, and accurately described using the numbered drill size as reference.
I can see visible differences when running batches of mixed cases.
Yep, I throw measured charges into mixed cases. LRN with a light powder charge.
Thanks, I have never seen a difference with flash hole size, I do not
shoot bench rest either. The difference was very noticable.
I cast my own LRN (Lee 6 caqvity die, 230 grain) Lee P/N TL452-230-2R.
Tumble lube them
RCBS carbide dies
Remington or Winchester Large Pistol Primers
4.0 grains of Hodgdon Clays
I have a stock Colt Series 80 1911, nothing special except reliable. The
above load is more accurate load I have yet to find for it.
I have a new source of once fired brass, mixed brass from a police range,
losta .40 S&W, and .223 Rem. and other misc. cases, finally saw my first
.45 ACP small primer cases, 5 cases total. Gonna save them for now.