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    What calibers do you reload ?

    Personally I reload for : .222 Rem. ,.308 Win , .270 Win , .357 Mag , .380 Auto , 9MM , and .45 ACP, may ad .350 Rem Mag soon. Also 12 and 20 gauge shotshells.
    jr

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    Currently only reloading for 380, 9mm and 45 acp. I have brass, dies and primers for 223, 30-30 and 30carbine. If I add more calibers, I'll order more dies

    Bill
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      #3
      30-30
      .270
      .300 winmag
      38/357
      44 mag
      one of these days need to add 380 9 and 45 to the list....just building up my supply of brass right now and buying guns instead of dies
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        #4
        Currently .40 and .45 is all I am setup for. Soon to be 9mm and 38/357. Then eventually .380. I don't shoot enough 380 to be in a hurry for it. My wife carries a 380 and I have the CC model for when the need arises but we have a reasonable supply now. I shoot a lot of .40 and .45 so that is where the need is right now
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          #5
          .380, 9mm, .45acp, .45 Colt .38/.357, .22 Hornet .223, .308

          I did about 10 more in the years past but I'm slowly downsizing. I went from ten types of powder, to two for the pistols and two for the rifles. The closer to the KISS system I get the better.
          Last edited by Reginald Carstairs; 09-06-2010, 07:57 PM. Reason: Update on calibers
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            #6
            Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
            .380, 9mm, .45acp, .38/.357, .22 Hornet .223, .308

            I did about 10 more in the years past but I'm slowly downsizing. I went from ten types of powder, to one for the pistols and two for the rifles. The closer to the KISS system I get the better.
            ive had good luck with some pistol powders in loading plinking and varmint ammo for my rifles.
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              #7
              Originally posted by Muddog View Post
              ive had good luck with some pistol powders in loading plinking and varmint ammo for my rifles.
              My shotgun powder is the powder I use for all my pistol loads "RedDot" it's the same burn rate as "Titegroup" and a whole lot less $$ I buy four pounds for $45.00 via our gun club.

              Edit update Trail Boss is my powder of choice for the .45 Colt.
              Last edited by Reginald Carstairs; 06-21-2011, 05:45 PM. Reason: powder update
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                #8
                380,9mm.38/357.41.44.45 and 30-30 pistols
                30-06.30-30,30-40 kreg rifles.
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                  #9
                  i would like to start reloading .380 from what i have been reading 380 stuff is not easy to come by. the sites i have been to keep saying back ordered . but still looking for an inexpensive used press or just buy a lee kit. any one have a extra set of dies for a 380 that wants to swap for rcbs .243 dies?

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                    #10
                    380 , 9mmMak, 9mm, 38 special, 44 special,45 auto, 243, 270 ,6.5 Swede, 7x57, 8x57, 7.7 Jap ,7.62x54r and .223. In the past, also 308, 3030 and 222.
                    Last edited by gschnarr; 06-21-2011, 09:24 PM. Reason: moved 243 to current and addd 38
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                      #11
                      Just a newbie to the reloading.

                      I've done about 1k rounds of 45 acp since I got my setup bout Christmas.

                      Have dies, brass 'n boolitz for 9mm, 40 s&w and 30-06.

                      May have to retire so I can do my gun stuff. Mmmmm
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                        #12
                        380, 9mm, 44 Rem mag, 45 auto, 223, 22-250, 308 Win, and 7.62x54r

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                          #13
                          9x18, 9mm, 38-357, 40S&W, 45acp, 45 colt and 30 carbine

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                            #14
                            Which dies are you using for the 9x18? And do you trim 9mm cases with a case trimmer?
                            Sorry for the off-topic post... But I have been looking for something to setup for my CZ-82

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                              #15
                              For the 9mm Mak (9x18) I use the Lee carbide die set. For brass, I use S+B along with some other brands that I have gotten along the way. Also, Grafs and sons http://www.grafs.com/metallic/522 sells Starline brass. Finally at the range, there is also enough brass around that I am able to get a few more. With around 500 pieces of 9x18 now, I do not trim the 9mm. Just too lazy. For the bullets, I get them from Berry Manufacturing http://www.berrysmfg.com/. Hope this helps.
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