In this podcast Jim does a couple of long overdue Product Reviews, one for Gabriel Products, and the other for Cope Reynolds of southwestshootingauthority.com
The products reviewed are, Gabriel Products BC-50 Bore Cleaner and Copper Fouling Remover, and Pb Blocker Leading prevention solution.
He also explains without getting real political about what Ground Hawg Day is all about.
Link for Gabriel Products BC-50
The Reloading Room Document for Pb Blocker
In this issue Jim Fleming goes back to the basics, describes reloading a single round in great detail, (by way of teaching how reloading is done) mentions more productive ways to Reload rather than doing it a single round at a time gives MTM-Case Gard a free plug, (by way of storage suggestions) announces his old USAF Reserve Unit has arrived home, safe and sound.
Have you considered buying used reloading equipment in the past? But did not because you are too leery as to whether it would work properly.
Do you want to buy used equipment to save additional money when reloading ammunition?
Well in this episode Mark Vanderberg talks about purchasing used reloading equipment and components and what you should look for and avoid.
In this episode of Reloading Radio executive producer Mark Vanderberg gets behind the microphone and records an episode about a book he recently read.
Patrick Sweeney has a new book out called “Reloading for Handgunners” in which he goes a little further then you would get from a basic beginners reloading book. The book is geared towards handgun loads and for most of us that’s where were trying to save money because of the volume that a lot of us shoot from our modern semi automatic handguns.
Mr. Sweeney has some very good information that you could almost consider tips from experienced reloader. Things that are very valuable to someone who is just starting out. There is also a section on each of several very popular handgun cartridges with a little history and load workup about each one. I found the sections my favorite part of the book because I could pick and choose which information I wanted to read depending on the calibers that I load.
Jim starts into a product review project for Gabriel Products Inc in this episode
Then he does a plug for The complete book of practical handloading by John Wooters, including reading a small passage from the forward of the book.
Then he drools over some advertising for Ft. Knox safes.
And Jim does his first shout out, for the Rimfire Podcast, and Ken Kowalski, who is on active duty in Afghanistan, literally listening to gunfire and impacting mortar rounds.
In this episode Jim finishes the review on the Wikipedia article that he started the last time… He also goes into some considerable detail about case inspection, incipient head separation, decrimping military brass, and repriming brass. Jim finishes up with a bit of information about something called a Powley Computer, here below is the link for the online version of the Powley Computer: http://kwk.us/powley.html
Jim Fleming has accepted the position of the new full-time host of Reloading Radio. Jim brings years of experience and know-how to help the beginner and intermediate handloader in this audio show.
In this episode Jim discusses equipment and talks about the information he found out about on Wikipedia for handloading.
A group “The Reloading Room” was set up on Facebook by Jim so that handloaders would have a place to discuss reloading. It is now the official Facebook group of the Reloading Radio show.
Jim Fleming in this episode of Reloading Radio responds to questions from listeners from e-mail and from a Reloading Radios board on GRRN discussion forum.
Jim has also started “The Reloading Room” on Facebook if you’d like to discuss more reloading issues with him.
The following is a link to Jim’s personal shooting and reloading links that he is sharing with all of us using Google docs.