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Old 06-16-2012, 12:03 PM   #21
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I have been wanting to start reloading since I purchased my gun. I've saved much of my brass that I've shot. I've heard RCBS is a good press to start with.
RCBS is a great press-
Lee sells a complete single stage kit thats great to "get the feel" of reloading for a bit over $100 (or used too)- has everything but the dies-
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That Armscor shoots like a champ. Goes bang every time I pull the trigger. Great .45 with very manageable recoil. I have almost 600 rounds through it and I would trust it for everyday carry.
keep your .45 you'll regret it the day its gone
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keep your .45 you'll regret it the day its gone
i agree with the others and also suggest looking into reloading. get the book, "The ABC's of Reloading" and a few reloading data books. one that is very good is Lee's Modern Reloading, buy a reloading kit from Lee, get a set of dies, powder, primers and bullets and roll your own.

read the books several times until you understand what's going on. Amazon.com is a good source for both these books. pay careful attention to all of the saftey procedures, as they are there for a good reason.

i agree with Wiseman, if you enjoy the pistol, then you will regret it's loss and never be happy with it's replacement.
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Well, you have heard from the expert---DITCH it
FYI- Just for you- made in the Phillipines-----
My favorite 9mm 1911 was made there--
I've got a Phillipines made 1911 and I love it
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RCBS is the best imhi
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RCBS is the best imho
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RCBS is the best imhi
RCBS makes dang good reloading equipment, but for starting out, on a budget, Lee is also really good equipment. i have both brands and both work great.
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