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Old July 21, 2011, 09:34 AM   #23
jimbob86
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There is no comparison in quality between proper reloads and the cheap ammo.
Depends entirely upon the diligence of the person or persons doing the loading/reloading.

I am reminded of some things I have read/heard in my 43 years ......

"The professional is satisfied with good enough. It is the passionate amatuer that strives for excellence."

"Close enough for Government work."

"If you really want to ensure something is done right, do it yourself."

So if you care enough to make the very best, take up reloading. If, on the other hand, you trust some unknown hireling in Berzikistan that cares a whole lot more about his production quota than you or your rifle, then go ahead and but the cheapest factory ammo you can find: you generally get what you pay for, when dealing with reputable people...... is everybody in the supply chain between here and Berzerkistan reputable? They probably are. At least you better hope so.

Like the man said, "You get what you pay for." ...... do you really want the cheapest thing that goes bang? Firecrackers are cheaper.



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Trimming is always the most tedious part of reloading...perhaps I need to invest in a powered trimmmer
You oughta try the Lee trimmer chucked into a 3/8" drill ..... pretty slick.
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