"Kind of sounds like you don't know what on Earth you are doing."
Amazing....I love this forum for it's civility. Dont ruin it.
I wore a kevlar overseas for a year without rest, I came back expecting just a little bit more respect.
I'll start by thanking you for your service, Thank You! Now with that said if you had done just a little research into reloading such as checking out reloading manuals you would have known the folly of what you asked, I'm sorry if this comes across as offensive and I'm trying to put it as gently as possible, but hey. And remember respect is earned, not just from wearing a kevler vest.
This is from 1 vet "8 years, U.S. Army" to another.