Reloading Podcast 095 - Casting Series Part 6: Lubing and Sizing

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network. Tonight the guys are sizing and lubing, or coating their boolits.

  1. Lyman 450
  2. Liquid Alox applied by tumbling.
  3. http://m.harborfreight.com/catalogsearch/result?q=powder+coat
  4. Gas checks

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Reloading Podcast 094 - Casting Series Part 5: Casting Bullets

Hello and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network. Tonight the guys are casting bullets (boolits).

Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook 4th Edition

  1. molds
  2. heat source
  3. ingots - Ingot Mold
  4. cooling area

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Reloading Podcast 093 - Casting Series Part 4: Rendering

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network. Tonight the guys are talking about rendering.

  1. Ken Stankiewicz Thought I'd share this app I came across watching You Tube. For those who use the Lee Pro Auto Disk Measure its called Reloader VMD. It tells you what disk to use for the amount of grains you want to throw. Seems pretty cool. Cost $1.99 through the App Store.

  2. Rendering the lead.

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Reloading Podcast 092 - Casting Series Part 3: Tools

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network. Tonight the guys are talking about the tools needed/wanted for casting.

What is absolutely a must, and what can you make do without at the start.

  1. Tools
    1. safety equipment (Personal Protective Equipment aka PPE)
    2. Heat source
    3. rendering pot (must be substantial you’re going to be putting a lot of heavy metal in the thing!)
    4. slotted spoon chef's grade
    5. ingot pans
    6. locking pliers and adjusting pliers
    7. ladle 1 cup ladle is about 2 lb. of lead
    8. ball peen hammer
    9. Well ventilated area, preferably outside

 

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Reloading Podcast 091 - Casting Series Part 2: Safety

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are talking about the safety equipment needed for casting.

  1. Todd Senne: I'm sure you've talked about this before, but I couldn't find an episode in the archives. I have some small primer 45 ACP brass I want to reload for plinking. Can I just use the regular recipe and use the small primer instead of a large? I haven't found any small primer recipes in any of the reloading manuals I have (Lyman, Speer and Lee). Might be a good show topic.  Thanks
  2. Safety Equipment:
    1. Safety glasses or preferably a full face shield
    2. hat (to cover neck)
    3. PANTS (no shorts)
    4. long sleeve Shirt or t-shirt with welding sleeves
    5. gloves (welders gloves or better)
    6. LOCATION is huge.  Do this in a well ventilated area preferably outdoors, or at least in a garage/shed area with great ventilation.  
    7. Exhaust fans of some sort
    8. dust mask/respirator
    9. LeadOff hand soap

 

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RLP 090 - Casting Series Part 1: Where to Start

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are starting over with talking about casting boolits.

  1. Todd Senne:It would be great if you guys could talk about the proper techniques for using measuring tools. Do you just go until it touches or do you need to push until it clamps in solid. I'm having a hard time getting consistent readings. Thoughts?
  2. aquiring lead.
    1. New
      1. Rotometals (can supply antimony and tin)
      2. Rotometals Alloy page with Brinell info
    2. recycled,
      1. Wheel weights (getting harder to find as places are switching to other metals)
      2. other casters (Facebook Group Cast Bullets & Bullet Casting, eBay)
      3. recycling centers (scrap yards)
      4. old Linotype
      5. Hospitals (medical shipping containers)
  3. Tools
    1. Heat source
    2. rendering pot (must be substantial you’re going to be putting a lot of heavy metal in the thing!)
    3. slotted spoon chefs grade
    4. safety equipment (Personal Protective Equipment aka PPE)
    5. ingot pans
    6. locking pliers and adjusting pliers
    7. ladle 1cup ladle is about 2 lb. of lead
    8. ball peen hammer
    9. Well ventilated area, preferably outside
  4. storage
    1. Kitty litter buckets
    2. five gallon buckets
    3. milk crates
    4. if at all possible keep the lead alloy bone dry.

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RLP 089 - Carroll Pilant from Sierra Bullets

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are talking with Carroll Pilant from Sierra Bullets.

  1. Michael Chan:Thanks for the show, guys. Question: in the most recent how you talked about measuring from the tip of the case to the ogive, but how does one actually do this? Is there a particualr tool? I have a Hornady Headspace comparator, but this seems to serve a different function. Any help would be welcome. Thanks
  2. Todd Senne: I'm back for another question. I've gotten to the trimming stage in my process. I'm reloading 45acp. The book says trim to .888.  I figured out that my cheap caliper was giving me inaccurate measurements. Most of the cases are now .884-.885.  I assume as long as I'm under the trim length I'm still ok. Is that correct or do I need to trash my brass?
  3. Carroll Pilant From  Sierra Bullets
    1. Phone # 800-223-8799
    2. Tech email links
    3. Sierra Helpful links page

 

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RLP 088 - Shotshells

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys have a guest from the Reloading Room, Salvatore Cinquemani to talk about loading shotshells.

  1. Components
  2. Differences between metallic and shotshell
  3. How do I choose a recipe?
  4. Equipment
  5. Quirks
  6. Shot vs slug

 

Noah Peschke
I am thinking about getting into reloading 12 gage shotgun bullets for my trap team what should I start out with?

BPI website

 

BPI shotshell roll crimper

 

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RLP 087 - Sorting Bullets

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are explaining bullet sorting, and answering questions.  

  1. Bullet length and weight used to sort.
  2. Shoutout! Joseph GiuntaGents -- Spread the word on your podcast at the monthly meeting of my rifle club this evening. Lots of the guys reload and hopefully got you some more listeners tonight
  3. Brian NelsonCan you reload a 5.56 casing with a 223 recipe
  4. Demitrios PitasSo I have a mosin nag at that I prefer to shoot surplus. The first ten rounds are like 3+ moa but after the barrel heats up she gets to be a tack driver1.5 moa is I was gonna hand load for a deer load. My question is how do I go and sight in if the barrel diameter changes with heat how do you load a consistent load if the barrel changes that much?

 

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RLP 086 - Primer Pocket Swaging

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  1. RCBS single stage swager
  2. Hornady L&L progressive swager

 

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RLP 085 - 22lr dies & powder questions

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  1. Robert Reid Comment: Question on 22lr resizing dies. Hi Guys, I love the show, I'm slowly working through the back episodes, I'm up to ep. 38. I want to get into reloading and have picked up a mec 600jr and a rcbs rock chucker. My intention is to reload 45/70 for my handi rifle, however on a whim i purchased the Waltz 22lr re-sizing die. Originally I wanted the Waltz kit because of the custom enlarged hollow points. Now i'm thinking it might be a good way to get comfortable running the press, and i recently had issues with a batch of Remington .22lr (bucket o' bullets) that jammed in my butler creek steel lips magazines. The bullets are so loose I can spin them on the case! I thought Jim might have good insight with his machinist background and swaging projects. I know there is no substitute for reading the manual, however it is easier to listen to you guys during my commute than read a manual.
  2. John OvermanPowder measure question I have heard two different theories on where to mount a powder measure. I am not a match shooter, just a normal paper plinking guy. I have a Redding T7. I want to mount my Measure on my press with a case activated drop. I've heard there could be issues with settling. Do you guys have any advice on this?
  3. Mike Ray; Really enjoy the podcast. I was hoping to re-listen/pay attention to some of the tips Jeremy gives about reloading - measuring case capacity and such. I didn't locate that when searching for the podcasts - can you let me know which episodes may contain that? I'm going to start with 062 - I think Jeremy's first podcast, but I know there was more information in more recent ones. Great show, always a pleasure to listen,

 

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RLP 084 - Talkin SASS

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RLP 083 - Derek Peterson from Peterson cartridge

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use promo code reload10 to get 10% off at  Peterson Cartridge Co

Derek's email: dpeterson@petersoncartridge.com

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RLP 082 - Safety questions

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  1. We aren’t going to use the listener’s name tonight, for what are obvious reasons.
    1. Comment: I have been enjoying your podcast very much. You seem to come up with many of the same tricks and techniques I have found over the years. I think I have been reloading longer than Jim. I have noticed (Jim talks about reloading 38 Special and 357 Mag) in my manuals that when using 38 Special brass the powder charge is always less than for 357 Mag brass. I am talking 158g lead semi-wad cutters. Now my question is, does the gun you shoot the load in make the difference, or is the brass for the 38 Special weaker? Being lazy and having only 357 Mag chambers I would like to load both brass cases to the same higher charge and not mess with changing the powder adjustment on my Dillon. Any thoughts? Thanks, Name Removed  PS: I an able to find lots of 38 Special brass, 357 Mag not any where I live.
    2. Jim here, the answer to your first question sir, is yes, 38 brass doesn’t need to be made quite as strong as 357 brass, blah, blah, blah…I would never consider loading 38 brass at 357 Mag levels, purely for safety reasons, the economics of what you’re asking don’t seem to be worth the cost risk of injuries you might sustain, never mind the pain and suffering you’d incur.
  1. Next item:  Bullet pullers and other oddball equipment
    1. Bullet Puller
    2. Primer pocket plugs
  2. Use multiple sources for reloading data and weigh your charges.

 

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RLP 081 - Stop the presses

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  1. From a member of The Reloading Room, and a Reloading Podcast listener by the name of Robert Hollandsworth.  
    1. I am a regular listener to the podcast and member of The Reloading Room Facebook page. You just did your reset on loading bottlenecked cartridges. For new listeners you may want to do a reset on the different types of presses, the pro’s and the cons. Along the same line a deeper discussion of setting up and running each type of press. For example. I recently purchased a used Dillon Square Deal. With it’s different type of dies it is a bit of its own animal, however, the types and frequency of quality checks will be the same as other progressive presses. I know I start out checking every powder drop, bullet seat and crimp but as I gain confidence in the setup my checks decrease. I am curious how others who use a progressive do their checks. I still load rifle ammo on a turret using it as a single stage so I do my checks much more often.

 

  1. From a member of The Reloading Room named Brian Takeo Yamasaki
    1. I was just curious as to why you guys chose not to discuss seating depth adjustments in the bottle neck starting over series. Is this considered advanced reloading? At any rate I'd be interested to hear how you guys go about making adjustments after finding a favorable charge weight.

 

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RLP 080 - Safety talk

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  • This content is extracted from a posting by a Reloading Room member named John McCall ← Link to his timeline
  1. I'm gonna take a moment to go on a little rant here. I'm a member of several reloading groups and i have seen advice given to new reloaders that has ranged from bad to things that would have resulted in at best a catastrophic failure of the gun and probably serious injury to the shooter. So I'm gonna take a second to talk to new reloaders and offer some friendly advice.
  2. Get a manual, before you even take your press out of the box, read it, understand it, so when you look at load data you understand what is saying.
  3. If you don't have a manual, calipers, scale and case gauge at arm's length and a fire extinguisher within 10 feet, you're not ready to load.
  4. You should have a labeled container for each powder you load with to put bad rounds in , so you can take them apart later and redo them.
  5. If you have any doubt about the quality of a round you've loaded. Don't take a picture of it and post it on facebook asking for opinions. Ain't nobody gonna come cut your meat for you if you blow off you hand. When it doubt don't stick it in your gun. EVER !!!
  6. For the first few thousand rounds stick to the load data in your manuals. Don't get fancy, dont try some strange ass load you saw on the internet (more on that next). Learn to make reliable safe rounds that go bang, learn to make them proficiently, then branch out from there. You wouldn't want a heart surgeon who skipped the first 3 years of medical school and that's basically what you'd be doing.
  7. Never ever trust a load you get off the internet unless you can verify that is somewhat in line with your manuals are telling you. Cause boys and girls i got news for you, these groups get trolls that will purposefully give bad information and some of that information is so bad it could hurt you.
  8. Never have out more than one powder out at a time. Label your powder hopper with the caliber, powder and load data. When you're finished with that load, if your changing powders, put everything up just like you are done for the day. If you want to load using a different powder, go have a soda relax for 20 minutes and then go start from scratch.
  9. Pay attention to what you're doing. Don't try to listen to the radio, watch the kids, or fight with the wife while you're trying to reload. All it takes is a moment of distraction and not paying attention for something to slip by. Reloading should be relaxing, not a test of your multi tasking abilities.
  10. Spot check your work. I do it whenever i refill primers. Takes just a second to caliper and weigh 10 random rounds out of your finished bin. Spot check your powder throws to make sure it hasn't drifted. It's far easier to take them time to check things as you load than it is to pull 500 rounds cause ya didn't.
  11. Never stick anything in your gun you haven't case gauged or plunk tested in the barrel. If you're only firing that load out of one gun “plunk test” it. If you use more than one firearm chambered for the ammo you’re making, spend the 20 bucks for a case gauge. All barrels are not created equal, with a case gauge you at least know you are within spec.
  12. And lastly, if you end up with a squib load or a barrel obstruction dont stick anything else into that gun until you've cleared the barrel, if you do, congrats you've just transformed your gun into a pipe bomb.
  13. These 11 things cover just some of the crazy lunatic bad advice topics I've seen in the last few months . Reloading is a safe, enjoyable, relaxing hobby as long as you're safe. If you're not, you may find yourself needing someone to tie your shoes for you, cause this can and will hurt you if you disrespect it.
  14. Information from Jeremy, about NEVER attempting to create duplex, or triplex loads.

 

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RLP 079 - Finishing up and moving on

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  1. What happens now that I went and shot my ladder load?
  2. Jeremy covers the results of round 1 of the great brass test 2015.
    1. .308 WIN brass spreadsheet

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RLP 078 - Starting over, kinda bottleneck pt IV

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are going to answer a question we got in feedback for a start, then back to the bottleneck reloading.

  1. Al Petsche --- Comment: I just thought of another question.Can Military blanks be reloaded or are the necks .too far distorted and crushed that it is not possible even with neck resizing? Thanks again. Al, Wellington OH
  2. Greg Gottfried  “I am hoping to join the reloading room.  I have been listening to the podcast for several months now and really enjoy it.  I mostly stick to 223 reloading but am looking at getting a 308 for longer distance shooting.  I will have to get reloading that too. “I think I have heard you say you have a MVP, what do you think of it?  I am torn between a Savage model 10 and an MVP in 308. I have heard mixed reviews about the MVP and have thought maybe the extra couple buck might be worth getting the Savage.”
  3. Willie Norman
  4. Johnny Whitworth
  5. Charge the case
  6. seat the bullet
  7. Crimp or not to crimp….

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RLP 077 starting over, kinda bottleneck

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight we continue the bottleneck cartridge reloading process.

  1. Reloading Podcast 058 for equipment
  2. Inspect the brass
  3. Clean the brass
  4. Resize the brass
  5. Trim the brass

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RLP 076 starting over, kinda bottleneck

Hello, and welcome to the Reloading Podcast here on the Firearms Radio network.   Tonight the guys are starting over, kinda with bottleneck cartridges.

  1. Starting over: Bottleneck (.308, .223, ?, ???)
  2. Reloading Podcast 058 for equipment
  3. Answering question, again. We do appreciate what y’all’re doing for us, providing the materials we use for the shows!
  4. But first what did you do in guns and or reloading this week?
  5. Kevin Bliss -- When will you be doing shotshell reloading? I don't know anything about it

 

  1. Steven McQueen -- Robin from Redding is one class act. When I look at my next equipment purchase they will get my consideration for the first time. Thanks for having him on.

(a)Thank you Mr. McQueen for the kind word about Mr. Sharpless, sir. It's appreciated.

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