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Continuous thread.
Post what you're loading!

Me: tonight.
Shot 40 rds of 38-55 at the range today with the new William's peep (I need a .050 disk now! .096 is great for hunting, not so good for sighting in).

Now reloading those empties. :) 40 rds of black powder 38-55.


Sat Sep 17, 2016 4:44 pm
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Loading up 100 .223 tonight.


Sat Sep 17, 2016 4:48 pm
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Woot!

55 gr? 62? 68? 69? 75?

Is your name related to Breckenridge? Some of the best skiing I've ever done in CO? :D


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sportsdad60 wrote:
Woot!

55 gr? 62? 68? 69? 75?

Is your name related to Breckenridge? Some of the best skiing I've ever done in CO? :D


Hornady 55gr FMJBT over 24.5gr H335.

Nope. Just Breck. "Breac" is the Scottish Gaelic word for "trout". My dad (and myself) is an avid fly fisherman and our family has a strong Scottish heritage.


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Breck wrote:
sportsdad60 wrote:
Woot!

55 gr? 62? 68? 69? 75?

Is your name related to Breckenridge? Some of the best skiing I've ever done in CO? :D


Hornady 55gr FMJBT over 24.5gr H335.

Nope. Just Breck. "Breac" is the Scottish Gaelic word for "trout". My dad (and myself) is an avid fly fisherman and our family has a strong Scottish heritage.



Cool! We could be related!
Our Scottish heritage goes back to 1487. (Robert and Jones Finley, 1634/1530, Nalchrystie, Fifeshire) :rockout:
I was blessed to have great great great great grandmothers that documented everything for 300 years. Before that, research through libraries.
I hear they do genealogy on the innernets this day and age, and charge you for it. :blackcloud1:


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175gr Hornady for 7mm Mauser

115gr lead for .32-20

165gr SGK HPBT for .308

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Also loading Hornady 55gr FMJBT over 24.9gr H335 and some Hornady Zmax 55g over 24.9g H335.

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Looking good fellars!


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Well this was not tonight but, Saturday morning.
9mm, 6gr of Power Pistol topped off with 115gr pill. I loaded around 100ish.
I have not shot this load before so I will need to see how they preform in my
newly reconfigured 9mm AR and my HK USPC 9mm.
Oh, bullets and primers bought from Wes Sage and my brass processed by his crew.
Sages Reloading Supply. One Stop Shopping :thumbsup2:
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I've heard good things about Sages!
Thanks for sharing!


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I decapped and am currently wet tumbling 200+ .300 Win Mag cases that I got from Wes Sage earlier today.

Thanks Wes!!!


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Made some 6.5 creedmoor tonight. Taking the new magnetospeed to the range tomorrow. Also taking the 300 win mag I made last night Image


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^^What powder did you use for your .300 Mag loads?


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H1000


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I just bought a couple boxes of 200gr Hornady ELD-X bullets. Trying to decide between IMR 7828 and H1000. I also have a few 180gr Noslers. I'd like to just buy one powder for both.


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