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Re: Relaoding dies 30/30

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11-29-2012 12:24:57

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Ya I figure as with any thing you re-load to take it slow and see how things work before starting to go hog wild and producing a large number and then have ammo that can not be used. Probably payed to much for them at $25 but hard to find much re-loading stuff in this area and had to go to 3 places just to get the bullets and dies. I also picked up a 5 round mag for my M-1 carbine but still looking for dies for that one

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11-29-2012 12:57:18

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 Re: Relaoding dies 30/30 in reply to old, 11-29-2012 12:24:57  
Necks are long & thin, some bullets seat well and some need a bit of finesse.

Also I am sure you know to use a flat nose bullet if you have a tube loader.

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11-29-2012 18:41:40

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 Re: Relaoding dies 30/30 in reply to kevinj54, 11-29-2012 12:57:18  
I and my son reloaded around 40 this evening. Used Combined Technology Nosler Bullets 150RN grain bullets and 32 grains of IMR4350 powder. Did this after dark so no way to fire any to see how they do. Boat-tail bullets by the way. They almost look like they are Teflon coated to boot

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