Reloading kit vs DIY

Reloading kit vs DIY

More late night random thoughts! I keep seeing, especially in a couple of Facebook groups I am a member of, people asking the same question over and over again. Should I buy a reloading kit; or buy reloading equipment separately? That got me thinking… How would I...

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Friday link dump: Anvil channel

Friday link dump: Anvil channel

If you like guns, especially vintage and weird guns (guilty as charge) and yes, I love modern firearms just as much, but I digress.  If you like vintage guns, this is a must-subscribe and watch YouTube channel! And pretty much anything by Mark Novak....

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Reloading: M1895 Nagant (part 1)

Reloading: M1895 Nagant (part 1)

There’s something cool, charming and dare I say manly (the best succinct description I can come up with) about shooting a revolver, especially a vintage revolver. Reloading for one, however, is a little bit of a horror show.

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Friday link dump: nested springs

Friday link dump: nested springs

Anyone who has ever taken a firearm apart has undoubtly seen what most people find scary - springs! And what's more scarrier than a spring? Two springs, nested springs!  I found this article very consice and informatinve. Not so much about guns, but excellent to...

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Tutorial: Case Lifecycle Management

Tutorial: Case Lifecycle Management

A quick tutorial on case life cycle management; and how various 'case' features relate to each other to form a lifecycle management workflow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxFK0IjguW8Also see: Add cases View case snapshot Add shotgun hulls Component counters and...

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Friday link dump: bullet energy

Friday link dump: bullet energy

Oh yerrrrr, it's that time again - link dump time. Also, it's Friday! Today's gem is: Understanding Bullet Energy - It's Not a Measure of Killing Power!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSq7d3GQo4Ifacebookinstagramtwitter

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