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Runout? -Part 3

 
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Old 09-18-2006, 01:08 PM
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Runout? -Part 3


So how do you go about assuring that your bullets have low runout? You use only the finest precision made equipment in a tightly controlled atmosphere so there is never any room for error.


As my hero once said “What? Me worry?” a few grasshoppers in the cases just makes the bullet jump better and ants in the powder give it a little extra zing.

For those of you who don’t have a clue. The post just shows that you can manage to reload in the field and Part 4 will show that you can achieve decent results. The most difficult part of reloading in the field is remembering to bring everything and the second most difficult is finding a place out of the wind to measure your powder. One day I had to move the powder measuring into the tent.








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