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Building a new load?

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Unread 11-28-2012, 12:35 AM
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Building a new load?

When building a new load what are some of the first things to look for?
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    Re: Building a new load?

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    When building a new load what are some of the first things to look for?
    I always start with these things:

    A. Powder
    B. Brass
    C. Bullet
    D. Primer
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    Re: Building a new load?

    I always look at the business end of the load... I figure out what type of bullet I want to use then I go from there... Once I match the bullet to the game and distances then I work on Powder then brass then primer..

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