How to Make Ammo, Part 1

Courtesy downeastgunworks.com. Click here to watch “How to Make Ammo, Pt. 2.”

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  1. avatar JOE MATAFOME says:

    It’s easier and safer to buy it.

    1. avatar HSR47 says:

      Not always…

      I’ve seen factory ammunition that wasn’t properly manufactured, including several examples of bullets not properly seated (generally too high), and one example of a primer installed backwards.

    2. avatar I_Like_Pie says:

      I am not sure who told you that. They lied

  2. avatar I_Like_Pie says:

    In addition….my handloads have a much better quality and consistency than most any factory load made.

    Then again. For many people it is safer and easier. I wouldn’t trust half the people who peruse here to gather the mail without doing something screwy.

  3. avatar Bob H says:

    As a person who has been declared a danger to himself and others with most tools, I must say that handloading is not in my future.

  4. avatar westphilthy says:

    Forget the reloading, I want that guy to do a tutorial on mustache cultivation.

  5. avatar Donald Lux says:

    I appreciate you sharing this blog post.Really looking forward to read more. Want more.

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