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Old 04-28-2014, 07:08 PM   #41
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This is my first press. I spent a lot of time researching what was best for my application. It's the hornady progressive loader. I have been able to load 100 rounds in an hour.
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I have been able to load 100 rounds in an hour.
Did you mistype? I can do that with my turret press. I don't see that as being particularly fast.
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Did you mistype? I can do that with my turret press. I don't see that as being particularly fast.
I think my phone auto corrected I meant to say 500 rounds an hour. That's with the cases be prepared prior.
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I think my phone auto corrected I meant to say 500 rounds an hour. That's with the cases be prepared prior.
cases prepared how? doesn't the press do everything?
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cases prepared how? doesn't the press do everything?
Not always. If I cut down my .223 cases to make .300 blackout cases. Plus theres cleaning and lubing. That's what I mean by prepping my cases.
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Not always. If I cut down my .223 cases to make .300 blackout cases. Plus theres cleaning and lubing. That's what I mean by prepping my cases.
And I'll betcha you can equal or surpass that with un-prepped pistol brass.
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And I'll betcha you can equal or surpass that with un-prepped pistol brass.
I'm sure I could. I'm really ocd and I think it really slows me down.
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I'm sure I could. I'm really ocd and I think it really slows me down.
If you ever get into competitive pistol shooting, and need tons of ammo, you'll get over that very quickly!
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