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  1. Moisture and temp will kill any ammo... look at most paki 303.... A good usgi can with good rubber seal is cheap insurance. .. If you are packing it for long term....do it on less humid days...in the winter... if you want to get crazy you can toss in a desiccant pack..and seal.... keep the temp regulated...and it will be good for at least 50 years if not more....
  2. .... its called logistics...... you never drop below a certain threshold...ever. My guess is you let your gas tank go very low then... 1k? 2k? Some things to consider...load out... storage... additional for others... i don't want to spin this to a teotwawki conversation...but of you are a shooter and not a talker then why would you EVER let your stock go lo? 15k of .22lr fits in an upright metal 2 round 81mm mortar can... so a friend tells me.
  3. If you are buying ammo...like food...by the days or week..... you are behind the curve..... We are teetering on potential societal collapse...pay whatever you can, to get whatever you think you may need to help you survive.. Or if this is just a thread where i wanna plink and ammo costs too.much...whambulance... you should have stacked it high and deep when cheap....
  4. My buddies flaking...sorry @Dave Archibald @DirtyDigz..snag it..it good stuff at an awesome price...
  5. 760s are hard on brass.... damhik They 'like' fresh brass.... Its not tough per se...there are nuances....nuances that you need to know to be safe....items that you learn as part of steps... Ok so start with 38 special...a d in a model 10...good strong k frame.... I have 38 brass up the yin yang.... i 'may' have a second set of 38 sp dies.... i have powder, primers, heads (wc's)...and a nice single stage press... I can outfit you for 200 plus rounds easy to start with.... but 1k primers...etc... I am in SC now visiting my daughter..when I get back i will send pics.... The good news.....it will be a very very fair price...BUT you gotta come up to Vernon to get it.... your call...if you want to... its a lyman Spartan single stage...i believe i have every part for it...i gotta check... 1000 small pistol.primers 250-300 38 special cases i have a pound of win231..or autocomp for ya... might have the dies...hmmm....maybe not..bet on NOT... You come get it all....gimme...say 50 bucks...i need a new mold for my victory revolver...lemme know...!!!
  6. Agreed especially if being fired in a 357 Too many variables for a newbie... Which rifle? @JC_68Westy on your turf...or passing through..
  7. @Mrs. Peel i think the OP's threads need to be merged... You should NOT start with rifle ammo as a new reloader....especially for a semi auto rifle...
  8. Are you reloading for a bolt gun or semi? My recommendation is that a new reloader, NOT start with rifle rounds...especially hi power semi auto
  9. No go back to square one.... readjust all dies... You only need to truly add the taper crimp...
  10. My buddy is in toms river Dave...let me reach out to him...will be in touch.
  11. Small.medium.hands..... 1911 Browning hi power Cz75 S&W 'K' frame in 4" S&W Semis in single stack Your going to have an issue with double stacks...*but* the G19 is surprisingly fine
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