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Reloading Guide

If you package your reloads in a good plastic box, you can use that to make a last minute scan to check for consistent overall length and other things.

Reloading: Seating and Crimping Bullets

All of these are .308 bullets, but as you can see, materials, shape, and weight vary dramatically.

Reloading: Bullet Materials and Shapes

Reloading powders

Reloading: Powder, Propellants, and Pressure

Depending on your equipment setup, there are a number of ways to re-prime cases for reloading.

Reloading: Priming For Success

Choosing the right primer for the job is a bigger deal than you might expect.

Reloading: All About Primers

OK, so maybe this isn't the most precise way to trim your cartridge cases...

Reloading: Trimming Cartridge Cases

The resizing step does exactly what the name implies. Using a die like this Hornady .308 resizing die, you squish the fired case back into its original dimensions.

Reloading: Brass Resizing

A vibrating tumbler will get your brass clean. The dryer sheets shown here help collect some of the dirt so the cleaning media lasts longer.

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