Richard Craver

Musings about this world, and the world to come.

Archive for the 'Reloading' Category

The Not So Fun Part Of Reloading

On my last few range visits someone previous had converted a whole bunch of dollar bills into decibels. There was .223 brass strewn all about. Being the range squirrel I am, I made myself busy picking up brass until my knees screamed ‘Uncle’.

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Russian Collusion

A cheapskate shooter colludes with the Russians to build an intermediate caliber rifle.

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Well, They Were Cheap…

Close only counts when playing horseshoes or lobbing hand grenades.

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More .223 Play

223 Load Development Continues

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… You May Be A Reloader

If you’ve ever dried brass in the kitchen oven…you may be a reloader.

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First .223 Loads Fired

The lower charge weight loads grouped very nicely for a low budget carbine.

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Reloadis Newbieous In Habitat

So I shot the 100 rounds I brought, then set about foraging for reloadable range brass. I went range squirrel!

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Now For Some .233

So now it’s time to get the .223″ rifle loads going.

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Getting Loaded

I’ve been getting loaded a lot here lately. But you don’t need to plan an intervention,

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A Rainy Gun Day

My wife is a quilter. Every year a group charters buses so a bunch of women and a few men can go on a ‘Shop Hop’ of quilts shops across central North Carolina. So I was left at home to my own devices today.

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