David Harbinson

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Once you understand the basics of bullet casting, which we covered in Part One of this series, you are well on your way to a finished bullet you can actually shoot. The next two steps are sizing and lubing the bullet, which we will cover here. I will also go over the basics of “hardness,” which will determine how much pressure and velocity your finished bullet can handle. If you are already a handloader/re-loader, you should be able to load up your bullets after this installment. This is...

Bullet Casting for Beginners Part 2 - Hardness, Sizing & Lubing - GunsAmerica Digest

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Why waste ammo when you can save time and money by focusing on intense, low round count training drills?

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Why waste ammo when you can save time and money by focusing on intense, low round count training drills?

Bullet casting & reloading 308 Winchester ammo - Lead Bullet Casting Hunting Cheap Ammo Reloading - YouTube

Bullet casting and reloading 308 Winchester rounds. The bullet casting mold used is an NEI 308 178 GC, this produces a 178 grain bullet designed for a gas ch.

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How to Make a Suppressor. Suppressors, commonly referred to as "silencers," are devices fixed to the end of a firearm intended to muffle the sound of a shot being fired. They are also used on paintball guns, and can make it more difficult.

Brass cases are reusable, but have a lifespan. Part of the reloading process is detecting damaged brass, then disposing of it.

A close inspection of brass cartridges before every reloading is a must. Fine cracks such as the one above on the neck of the case render it useless.