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What you would like to see ran / expander plug for 500 S&W
« Last post by moonie on Today at 03:12:47 PM »
I would love to see a 500 S&W expander plug. Is that something we can get made?
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Group Buy Discussions / 314299 / 316299 Re-Run
« Last post by Bigslug on Today at 01:18:29 PM »
This may not properly be a "Group Buy", though if it gets taken to that level, I'll have no complaints.

I've asked Al about the possibility of an inventory re-run of each of these to feed a pair of differing-bore .303Brits I've acquired, and figured this might help him sort out interest level for both quantity and format for the run.

I'm personally needing a brass, four-cavity RN-GC in each of the two diameters.
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Mine is ordered
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Active Group Buys / Re: HTC-459-300-RF (10)
« Last post by dromia on May 19, 2018, 10:09:31 AM »
List updated.
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Mine will be here on Monday and I hope to get it going soon. 

Looking at the in stock count it looks like a few people have ordered them.
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Active Group Buys / Re: HTC-459-300-RF (10)
« Last post by boman250 on May 19, 2018, 09:21:13 AM »
I want a RG2 aluminum with the deep hollow point! PB please!
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Active Group Buys / Re: 223-38-RN Hill (For .22 LR Reloading) (7)
« Last post by dromia on May 18, 2018, 11:33:49 PM »
List updated.
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Active Group Buys / Re: 223-38-RN Hill (For .22 LR Reloading) (7)
« Last post by dromia on May 18, 2018, 11:33:22 PM »
Do an internet search for Sharpshooter 22 reloader as an example.
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Active Group Buys / Re: 223-38-RN Hill (For .22 LR Reloading) (3)
« Last post by iMigraine on May 18, 2018, 10:52:00 PM »
I am a bit surprised at the lack of traction here for this mould.

The tong tool moulds that come with the kits are a challenge to use to make quality bullets, fine if you only want a cylinder full at a time, but if you want Tenex performance at Blazer prices, the attraction of handloading .22 rf for me, then a quality mould that will give good consistent bullets easily is  a must as you need to concentrate on the casting process not stopping your gloves from catching fire.

Also for reloading .22 rf the two of the three essentials are a mould and a crimping tool, the third being a reliable priming compound, these will give better consistency being separate tools.

Or am I just the saddest of the sad people who reload .22 rf?

Count me a one how didn't know one could reload .22 lr.  Could you point me to a website that explains the process?  If it's not too hard or expensive, I would probably be willing to do it too.
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Forum Questions / Problems / Re: 459 mould size?
« Last post by cornmastah on May 18, 2018, 08:11:53 PM »
Yes, bullet length is the determining factor of whether the large or normal blocks are used.
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