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    A good read for reloaders

    Hello all reloaders,

    I just found a very useful read for all reloaders, especially those new to this field. Whilst I have been reloading for over 50 years for "mouse guns" to dare I say it "tank guns" and have learned an lot about this process; there is always something new to learn; but ESPECIALLY for new reloaders. Hope the attached link works for you.
    Cheers to all

    http://www.primalrights.com/articles...nding-pressure

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    Pressure signs

    Well worth a read, even if you have been reloading for years.

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    mke this a sticky please mods

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    Informative read and well illustrated. The picture of the failed rifle is frightening.

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    Excellent information, just what I joined the forum for. Thank you very much for taking time to post this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratshot5 View Post
    mke this a sticky please mods
    Totally agree, that is by far the best written and illustrated article I've read to date.

    Thanks to the OP for sharing
    Thanks for looking

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    a good read

    Fi I agree it is a good read. went back and it seems to have moved. Can anybody help me out please?

    Regards James

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesg View Post
    Fi I agree it is a good read. went back and it seems to have moved. Can anybody help me out please?

    Regards James
    its in the archives http://www.primalrights.com/library/...nding-pressure
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    A good read

    Quote Originally Posted by kennyc View Post
    Thank you.

    James

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