Tip from a reader: Reloading

Here is a decent little overview on reloading.  Your readers would want to do more research before actually doing it, but this will give them an idea of what is involved.  The only thing I do differently in the process is I de-prime and size first (after I lube the cases), THEN, I clean the brass.  I would also trim, chamfer, de-burr before cleaning as well if it was required.  I like to have the case preparation done first, so the case is ready-to-go.

The take-away from this: SAVE YOUR BRASS!!  You never know if you might reload in the future (or can trade it for something if needed).

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