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    Taurus 856 in .38 target reloading video!

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    The link to the Billy Graham video says "unavailable".
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    He broke a major rule. Never remove primers from the package and store in bulk.
    Definition of clip

    1: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
    2: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm.

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    Get a powder measure! lolol
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    Kinda slow and tedious. But he gets the job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenwolde View Post
    He broke a major rule. Never remove primers from the package and store in bulk.
    unless you are making a shrapnel bomb that is!--always the exception--Right?
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    do you guys have issues metering in powder measures? for unique I tend to use dippers sometimes also because it varies some times when my powder measure is in a bad mood lol

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    Unique takes a bit of technique but I have no problem using my RCBS Uniflow.
    Quote Originally Posted by xiholdtruex View Post
    do you guys have issues metering in powder measures? for unique I tend to use dippers sometimes also because it varies some times when my powder measure is in a bad mood lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by xiholdtruex View Post
    do you guys have issues metering in powder measures? for unique I tend to use dippers sometimes also because it varies some times when my powder measure is in a bad mood lol
    I use to!
    the stuff simply would not feed through a Lee Auto Disk or a Lyman powder measure, to fat and to flat for consecutive good drops I guess.
    Fast forward to the Lee Auto Drum measure and this thing drops anything accurately --so far.
    I use rifle and pistol powders with it as I got an extra set of drums, which I do suggest that you get a drum for each powder, set it, and leave it alone except to check the drop when you start up.
    course Unique I only use in 380 loads anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstring View Post
    Kinda slow and tedious. But he gets the job done.
    I agree,

    It is slow at the bench yet it’s just a demonstration video. Overall I find the video itself short compared to most without all the feel smart talking we’ve seen so much. In that aspect from loading to shooting it gets to the point quickly, less than 15 minutes..

    I’d guess if he wasn’t trying to get everything on camera, he’d no doubt be able to move along a little faster.
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