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Old 02-19-2013, 11:27 PM   #181
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Right now just 9 MM and .40 S&W. I am building a .308 AR platform so ill reload it when completed. Gonna go out this weekend and find some plastic tubs and containers. For brass separation and such. De-primed about 300 .40 cases today. Other than that just waiting on a good stock of powder and bullets from some local dealers. Picked up some small pistol primers from one of them. So until then I hope and dream lol.

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Old 02-20-2013, 10:48 PM   #182
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Right now just 9 MM and .40 S&W. I am building a .308 AR platform so ill reload it when completed. Gonna go out this weekend and find some plastic tubs and containers. For brass separation and such. De-primed about 300 .40 cases today. Other than that just waiting on a good stock of powder and bullets from some local dealers. Picked up some small pistol primers from one of them. So until then I hope and dream lol.
Check Powerbondbullets.com, I have used them, like them, and you can't beat the price.
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Try Akro-Mils at Amazon for the bins. I have a post of them a page or two back.
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Do you guys prefer lidded or in-lidded containers for brass? I live in Oklahoma and don't want unfinished cases to corrode before I can get to them. I'm just worried about the level of humidity.

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Here in S.E. La. wee have about as much humidity as you can get year round, don't seem to make any difference.

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Nice. That ha bee one of y biggest concerns. Active consumables(primers and powder as well as finished rounds) will be kept inside. But I don't want to keep brass and bullets inside as well. Looking around for some sort of decent cpc(corrosion preventative compound) to clean my dies and press with. Anyone have suggestions?

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Nice. That ha bee one of y biggest concerns. Active consumables(primers and powder as well as finished rounds) will be kept inside. But I don't want to keep brass and bullets inside as well. Looking around for some sort of decent cpc(corrosion preventative compound) to clean my dies and press with. Anyone have suggestions?
You really don't need to worry about anything,I've been reloading for over 3 decades and have always had my reloading stuff in an out building.
You will get surface rust forming on the outside surfaces of your dies,and press from the air/body oils-sweat,but it won't hurt anything.
I keep all my brass inside big plastic totes,and all loaded ammo is in ammo boxes or stored bulk in old 50mm ammo cans.
All my powder's/primer's are stored on shelves,and I've never had any problems with humidity damage to any of my components.
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Boy, you have a lot of room. I like your use of the tinfoil wall to keep those evil rays out!
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Maybe some day I will get some time to use it. Hoping to build some shelves next weekend.

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