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Old June 4, 2012, 08:13 AM   #57
jmorris
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There is much less going on or things you have to look out for reloading than when you drive your car to the store. I started loading on a progressive ($130 SD) 27 years ago at 13, if it required more than proper attention and average skill, I wouldn't have made it this far. Its not mystical, as some might suggest but results can be dangerous if you are careless.

As for tolerance stacking, the number of parts on a reloading machine are minuscule compared to the number of parts in the machines that assemble factory ammo, not to mention all of the components.
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