Courtesy downeastgunworks.com. Click here to watch “How to Make Ammo, Pt. 2.”
It’s easier and safer to buy it.
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.
I am not sure who told you that. They lied
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.
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.
Forget the reloading, I want that guy to do a tutorial on mustache cultivation.
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