Reloading Podcast 199 - why did my brass do that?

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Tonight the guys are answering some questions about goofy brass situations.

  1. Hi guys,
       Just wanted to say I love the show. It’s surprising how reloading has kept me lured in even after doing it for over 15 years.
        I have what I think could be classified as an advanced question, as it even stumped me when I was asked by a fellow reloader. The question came up when I was talking to a newer reloader at my hunting club range. He explained that after he flared the cases of his 9mm, when he would seat the bullet, that sometimes the bullet appeared to seat too easily. After he noticed this issue , he tried to push the bullet into the case farther and it moved. He didn’t crimp yet, he was simply trying to Check neck tension.
    Now the details:
    -Lee cast turret press
    -Lee 9mm die set carbide sizer with factory crimp die
    -mixed range brass
    -xtreme plated bullets
        My thoughts and possible explanation to him. Being that the case has a slight taper, that maybe he over flared the cases. He didn’t think he did. I told him to only flare enough to get the bullet to start. He was wondering if the brass could be worn out. Typically I told him I look for splits etc regarding worn brass. He bought it used as once fired. I never had the issue he has had.
    What do you guys think?
    Thanks,
    Jon

  2. Having a difficult time finding AOL for all these new size coated bullets.  I am trying to reload Bayou Bullets 120 Gr TCG 9mm, can I find the max AOL for my chamber by starting long and repeat plunk checks with small seating adjustments till I find the max AOL that will pass for the bullet shape?  I might be making this too simple, but can I just test for AOL and add a small safety factor?
    Thanks for you help, a loyal podcast follower. Daryl

  3. Dear Gentlemen,
    Thank you for the excellent podcast on reloading.
    I am a new hand-loader/re-loader and new listener.
    I just listened to your recent podcast on brass preparation.
    I have a question and a request.
    For the question:
    Multiple reloading books and resources
    Single stage 45 ACP brass
    Once fired (store bought then reloaded)
    Washed with SS pin fumbler and Dawn/Lemi-Shine (not excessive duration I think) and rinse with deionized water
    Fired from one of two newer Sig Sauer P220s
    Lee carbide resizing/depriming die
    Used Hornady One-Shot lightly at a 45 degree angle (allowed to dry) to make this step smooth (I know a little overkill)
    Tumble again to get the nasty primer pocket stuff out
    Observation:
    After initial cleaning and the combination resizing/depriming step, I have observed brass rings flaking off from the case.
    Obviously it is coming from the case mouth.
    At the end of production, I do a case gauge check so I know it is the right length. Fits beautifully.
    Question:
    What is the case of this issue?
    My ideas on this anomaly:
    Low quality, thin brass that from the cleaning and die manipulation is simply failing and shearing
    Excessive cleaning (two cycles causing erosion)
    One or both firearms are an issue (not likely)
    Die is set incorrectly or too aggressively and tearing the case mouth (I believe I am pretty conservative in this regard)
    Solution:
    Regardless, I just ordered a brass trimming die from Lee to make sure my pistol cases are uniform and trimmed
    Best regards, Braden

     






 

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Date: March 15, 2018
Author: Tangle Eye
Rating: ⭐⭐
Title: From mediocre to just bad

Review: I started listening to this podcast several months ago. This was, I think, before they started doing things live on YouTube. Back then, there was some decent technical information and discussion about the hobby even though things were a bit disorganized. Over the past several months the podcast has degenerated into private jokes and insults toward traded between the hosts, disorganized discussion that has a hard time staying on topic, one host in particular wanting to guide the discussion to show how much he knows whether relevant to the discussion or not and, worst of all, actually reading silly comments from those participating in the chat/comments feed to the listening audience. This makes me want to just turn it off. I’ll probably unsubscribe soon if things don’t turn around. They apparently only have one host that even reloads regularly any more. Instead of an informative podcast this has turned into a disorganized private discussion of little use to anyone seeking to learn more about reloading. I’d suggest the following: - Plan the episodes and be ready for relevant discussion rather than shooting from the hip, having the wrong examples, and appearing to be unprepared. - Get rid of the silly, juvenile, insults between the hosts. If you must do that, then have a session before you start recording. You sound like 8th graders in the restroom. - Stay on topic. If you are on camera there is no need to comment about what you see behind another host. - And for crying out loud stop reading what people are typing in the chat room. Those of us listening do not know these people and we absolutely donot care what they are typing unless it is a question or information relevant to the topic at hand.


 

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Reloading Podcast 198 - Lo tech and high tech powder dispensing

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Tonight the guys are covering some more on powder dispensing.

  1. Hi Tech

    1. RCBS Chargemaster

    2. Hornady LnL Auto Charge

    3. Lyman Gen 6 powder system

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    1. Lee Powder Dippers







 

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Reloading Podcast 197 - weighing part I

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Tonight the guys are talking about weighing charges.

  1. Manual scales

    1. Redding Scale

    2. RCBS new model scale

    3. RCBS 505 scale

    4. Hornady Modern scale

  2. F A powder trickler



 

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Reloading Podcast 196 - Recipes and rabbit holes

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Tonight the guys are talking about recipes and priming.

  1. You need a manual.


 

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Reloading Podcast 195 - Advanced brass prep and Robin Sharpless

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Tonight the guys are joined by Robin Sharpless and talking advanced brass prep.

  1. Jim’s Neck Turning Video

  2. Competition Shell holders

  3. Instant Indicator





 

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Reloading Podcast 194 - brass prep sucks take 2

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Tonight the guys are talking more brass prep.

  1. Trimming

  2. Case inspection

  3. Can I deprime a live primer?




 

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Reloading Podcast 193 - Yes Virginia brass prep does really suck

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Tonight the guys are talking brass prep.

  1. What does brass do

  2. Why is brass so important?

  3. Lube?

  4. The basics




 

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Reloading Podcast 192 - Bullets

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Tonight the guys are talking about bullets.

  1. Bullets

    1. Types

    2. Designs

    3. Weight

    4. caliber/diameter

  2. Boolits

    1. Cast yourself

    2. Types of lubes/coatings




 

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Reloading Podcast 191 - from the beginning

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Tonight the guys are talking about components, and what’s a recipe.

  1. The basics

    1. The components

    2. The basic equipment

  2. How do I start?

    1. What’s a recipe?

    2. I need to do what?






 

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Reloading Podcast 190 - What do you mean reloading isn't just putting more bullets in the clip thingy?

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Tonight the guys are starting from the beginning.

  1. What is reloading

    1. The art of assembling a cartridge or shotshell

    2. Is it different from handloading?

  2. How do I start?






 

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Reloading Podcast 189 - Ryan Cleckner joins us

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio Network.  Tonight the guys are talking with Ryan Cleckner

  1. Ryan’s links;

    1. https://ryancleckner.com/

    2. Long Range Shooting handbook

    3. https://rocketffl.com/

    4. https://www.rocketccw.com/







 

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Reloading Podcast 188 - The Pope is loose

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Tonight the guys are answering some more questions

  1. Well I’m new to reloading. Happy to have found y’all and hope I can get more and more info as I go. But anyway, this is my issue. My Pops gave me his model 94 375 Winchester rifle. I have coveted this gun since I was a teen and he handed it off to me recently at my ripe old age of 38, with a disclaimer. The ammo is scarce, and very expensive. However, he also gave me all the brass he ever fired through it, bout 80 or so, and a set of Lee dies and some bullets, powder, and primers. As far as I know he never reloaded anything so I have taken the dive. I was willing to invest a chunk of money seeing as how I will not be able to use this rifle for cheap anyway. I bought a Lee challenger kit and followed a recipe I saw written on the bullet box and another ammo box. 200 gr bullets, 33.5 gr of IMR 4198, and made 25 rounds which was all the bullets I had. I took it out back to shoot these homemade rounds and it worked! I’m fascinated and may be hooked and ready to reload for all my firearms now. Question though. That recipe that was scribbled across two boxes, I don’t see in any recipes I find on internet. What is the safety concerned here cause I need to know this before I leap forward. Does the danger come with powder volume and bullet size not working together, or is it simply inspecting casing, primer pockets, heads etc for issues? Id line to know this, cuz I want to cast my own bullets for this particular cartridge as well and am afraid to step outside of anything now that I know that recipe works great. It’s just for shooting and possibly deer hunting at close range, so precision is not a factor. I want to enjoy it, shoot it, and kill a deer with it sometime. That’s all. Any help on safety and how liberally I can load these 375 cases would be a great start to helping me understand this hobby I am about to become obsessed with. Thanks Chris

  2. Need recommendations for cleaning/preventing leading in my barrel & chamber. I have been shooting cast bullets (no coating) and have got some leading. Some may have been a little to hot so I am slowing them down. What are the best commercial products and are there any "home brew" products to clean and prevent leading? Thanks guys. Sean






 

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Reloading Podcast 187 - hey, the retired guy isn't working tonight

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Tonight the guys are talking a bit about casting

  1. What do I do?

  2. What do I need?

  3. PPE?




 

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Reloading Podcast 186 - Yes you really can reload .22lr

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio Network.  

Tonight the guys are talking with Brian Nixon from Sharpshooter 22lr reloader.

  1. How are things with the current products

    1. Biggest surprise?

  2. What’s new?

    1. http://22lrreloader.com/contact/

  3. Hi there,
    I just started listening to your podcast, and I love it! You all do a nice job keeping us newbies in mind while also covering more advanced topics (which I also enjoy).
    If you've already answered this question, feel free to direct me to the appropriate podcast. What is your load development process for rifle cartridges? In other words, what variable do you change first, second, third, etc.?
    I just started reloading .308, and my rifle seems to like the 168g. Sierra MatchKing bullets. I'm getting 1" groups, but I want to improve that. Should I start with bullet seating depth? Powder charge? There are so many variables to change, I'm not sure where to begin.
    Thanks for your help! Keep up the good work.
    Jordan

  4. Just started reloading .308 and am having trouble. It is once fired Lake City brass, Lee full length die, lubed with One Shot case lube. It is taking a ton of force and don't really want to keep pushing. Case is only about 3/4 of the way in to the die and they are coming out like the 2 on the right, the one on left is before sizing. We have done hundreds of .223 and 22-250 and have had a couple of rounds that were pretty tough because of not enough lube, but nothing like the effort I am putting in to these. We do have some new Lapua that we tried and they were super easy so I am guessing it has something to do with size after fired, but it was taking so much force I did t want to break anything. Any ideas from you geniuses?






 

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Reloading Podcast 185 - Shoulder bumping revisited

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  1. I just listened to episode 184. I had to stop and go find it on youtube so I could watch the plunk test. That was great thank you. It really helps to see it in action. On a future episode could you walk though bumping the shoulder back? I want to start loading 30-30, 308, and 223 soon. Nathan Davis

  2. Ok, I have a question. What is the deal with bumping the shoulder back? I have RCBS dies, and I just adjust them to touching the shell holder. Should I not be doing that and adjusting for shoulder bump instead? Do some dies have an adjustable shoulder? I'm not understanding I guess, I thought you run your brass through the sizing die and it set everything the way it needed to be. Is that a neck sizing thing maybe? Cris




 

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Reloading Podcast 184 - frosty bullets and other questions

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Reloading Podcast 183 hand loads for carry ammo and other questions

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  1. Handloads for carry ammo?

  2. Wizards polish vs nu finish for dry media tumbling

  3. When loading shotshells, does the brand of the plastic hull become a factor or is it ok as long as it's all the same gauge



 

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Reloading Podcast 182 questions again

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Tonight the guys are answering a few more questions.

  1. I shoot long range and recently shot an F-Class match. I’m loading for a 260 Remington and I’m having a small issue with ES/SD. My $100 prochrono is showing an ES of about 20-30 fps per 10 round string, and I would like a little tighter spread.
    I am using freshly annealed Lapua brass and all shoulders bumped 2 thousandths. Necks have been turned to fit my tight neck chamber. Flash holes deburred, primer pockets uniformed, and using CCI-BR2 primers. I’m weighing charges on Dillon balance beam scale and measuring seating depth off ogive. I’m also careful not to cook rounds in the chamber longer than a few seconds. My groups at 600 show very little vertical dispersion, but there is always room for improvement.
    Your Question: What am I missing to improve my ES/SD? and/or is this a problem with using a cheap optical chronograph? I know a magnetospeed, Oehler, or lab radar will be more accurate, but wanted to hear from others before I throw more money at it. I read an article on accurate shooter comparing primers as they relate to ES, so now I am curious. How much do primers affect MV consistency?  Bryce

  2. Hello Mike
    Thank you for answering and discussing my question on your podcast. I think it will help other listeners as well.
    I did go ahead and safely fired all of the reloads at the range, it was however an interesting day. I could tell every time one of the magnum primers went off, the interesting thing was while my gun has been 100 ℅ reliable for about 1500 rounds on this day I had 5 or 6 times the spent cartridge instead of ejecting as normal it came straight back and smacked me in the forehead then the cartridge coming out of the magazine would stand straight up like a stove pipe. Very odd.
    I'm an over the road truck driver and was hoping to get home sooner so I could let you know the amount of Power Pistol I used under a 147 grain copper coated bullet. I will follow up with you that info as soon as I get home over Thanksgiving.
    Thanks again for your very informative, enjoyable and much need podcast. You bring together a great mix of knowledgeable reloaders.
    I hope you, your family and the rest of the guys have a great Thanksgiving. Mark

  3. Hi Guys,
    Listening to a podcast from a few weeks ago there was mention of powders for reduced rifle loads. Previously I had been using IMR SR4759 in my .303 British for reduced loads, however, the powder was discontinued so I was forced to find a replacement.
    The attached are what I found on the Hodgdon website for reduced loads in that search. I am currently planning to give the h4895 a try. Hopefully it works as good as the SR4759 as it was much more enjoyable to shoot my Lee Enfield, making recoil similar to that of a .223.
    All the best
    Josh
    Nova Scotia, Canada

 

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Reloading Podcast 181 Tactical Walls

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  1. ModWalls

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Reloading Podcast 180 Creator of the .408 Tejas Brad Stair

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio Network.  

Tonight the guys are Talking with Brad Stair, creator of the Tejas line of wildcat cartridges.

Brad Stair of Performance Guns

  1. Tejas rifles

  2. Tejas cartridges

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Review: I actually can’t listen to the other firearms radio network banter but these guys sync real well with each other. Very informative with both basic and advanced material covered. Love listening to on the way home from work. Lastly, Jim really makes the show, awesome dude. Great work guys, listening gets me excited to start loading artillery for my 480 Super Redhawk!

 

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