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    Member Shahin's Avatar
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    Finally want to learn to reload...

    Hey guys,

    Before you all say the ins and outs of reloading, I know the cost involved, time taken and cautiousness that need to be taken with loads.

    So to start it all off, I'm lacking pretty much everything necessary for reloading E.g press, scales, everything and to top it off, a student's income comes into play so please excuse me if the term unaffordable comes here noun and again hahaha.

    I do have some of grandfathers dyes in 357 magnum and 270 if someone would like a trade?

    Thanks you all in advance as I really do appreciate it

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    Oh and once I get everything necessary to reload, The calibres I'm interested in reloading are .308, 6.5 creedmoore, 375 H&H and 7x61S&H. so if anyone has any of these dyes, then it would be most appreciated.

    Cheers,

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    Hey mate, I'm not from Auckland (thank f***....) but most of the bigger centres have somewhere you can go along and learn the ins and outs which I reckon would be well worth it for the cost of a few evenings of your time. I'm sure if you had your own components (powder, primers, projectiles, brass, dies) there would be some good bugger willing to let you have a go on their bench every now and then to save you having to spend up large initially. You would also get a good idea of what works for you and what gear you think is worthwhile forking over your hard earned cash for. Good luck, it's bloody addictive and really good relaxing fun.

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    Pm me re 7x61 s&h

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    Talk to Reloaders, they used to run reloading seminars.

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    on trade me right now is a lee press , reserve met at $40 ish .... its a square frame , so will handle those calibres easy
    NO MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS, HOW DARK IT GETS OR HOW FAR YOU FALL , .....
    YOU ARE NEVER OUT OF THE FIGHT . (Marcus Luttrell)

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    NO MATTER HOW MUCH IT HURTS, HOW DARK IT GETS OR HOW FAR YOU FALL , .....
    YOU ARE NEVER OUT OF THE FIGHT . (Marcus Luttrell)

 

 

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