Thread: Reloading
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Old February 9, 2013, 07:50 PM   #29
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No, you don't need to be an engineer or have a technical apptitude to reload ....but what you do need, is absolute attention to detail ! You need to make sure you read and understand all the procedures ...and how your press works ...and how to adjust it, if something needs to be changed.

You have to have good work procedures ....and be focused on what you're doing / little simple things like keep your bench clean and organized, only one kind of powder on the bench at one time, etc....

Speed is not the issue ...quality is the issue. You can have both, with a good progressive press / but there is no doubt that a single stage press is significantl slower. You can be foolish with any press and make dangerous ammo ....even a single stage / just because its a single stage its not inherently safer ...
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