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Old October 27, 2011, 01:49 AM   #3
Lost Sheep
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Join Date: January 24, 2009
Location: Anchorage Alaska
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Thanks for the compliment, Jim. However, I hardly think of myself as an advanced reloader.

I am curious, though, and try to pay attention. I have seen a lot of questions about people upgrading to progressives, or starting out with progressives, so I wondered about the wisdom of those choices. What parameters would make which choices wise or unwise.

When I went from my RockChucker to the two Pro-1000s it took me decades to figure out they were not the best fit for me. (I did not know what a turret press was; I was, obviously, somewhat out of touch. The internet has been a Godsend.)

My shooting is all casual plinking, a lot of 22 rimfire and a selection of centerfires that amount to a couple hundred rounds per session once or twice a month in the warm months, rarely in Winter.

Thanks for your thoughts.

Lost Sheep

p.s. 9mm, 357 mag, 45 ACP, 44 mag, 45 Colt/454 Casull, and now, 480 Ruger.
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