For me it is whatever rifle I own which just wont shoot well lol. I don't think cartridge really has much to do with it unless you decided to build a rifle which requires forming brass and then decided you do not like forming brass. Assuming a rifle "CAN" shoot as good as you want it to, then I think all cartridges are likely equal in terms of handloading. Again, this is assuming you aren't doing a wild cat which means you must form brass or something weird. Just my two cents.What's you least favorite hunting rifle cartridge to handload for among rifles owned and why?
I loaded for a 17 Rem on an original Rockchucker.What's you least favorite hunting rifle cartridge to handload for among rifles owned and why?
yea, I took a set of medical tweezers and modified the tips with a small pads.I share your frustration with the 17m Rem. I load my wife’s Rem 700 in that caliber. She liked it better than the .308 I got for her. With large hands, I finally resorted to some electronics tweezers that hold the small pill. Saves the pinched fingers and dropped projectiles.