8x57, on 10 April 2012 - 07:56 PM, said:
Now you will be hooked. You'll quickly spend the better part of a grand getting dies, powder, bullets, and primers for every caliber firearm you own and start stockpiling 100s (if not 1000s) of rounds for each one.
Reloading is almost more addictive that shooting.
I already have the bug. I keep shearching online for the best deals on 9mm 124GR bullets! Does anyone know of any deals locally? My local shop has not been able to get any Power Pistol smokeless powder in. They say Alliant doesn’t want to ship to them? I am also looking for CCI small pistol primers.
MAdler, on 11 April 2012 - 06:45 AM, said:
If you are still having issues with the spring, give hornady a call. One thing they are great on is customer service on the phone. I called them once on Good Friday, call answered in under 1 minute by a human, problem resolved in the next minute.
Thanks, holding down the wire and cycling the press fixed it! Calling them was my next move.
Davey, on 11 April 2012 - 10:36 AM, said:
Which scale did you get and how'd it go?
I just got done chucking the Lee Safety Scale into my garbage can. That thing is such a pile. I'm thinking of just going with a set of Lee Dippers since I shoot for fun and increasing my proficiency rather than pinpoint accuracy.
I went with the RCBS Model 502 Magnetic Scale. It had a lot of good reviews on multiple websites. I was going to spend a little more money and go with a digital version, but I work with scales (almost daily) and we have had our share of problems with digital scales for some reason. So far I have not had any issues and it was very easy to setup out of box. It took less than a minute to setup and zero. I hope that helps.