Reloading Radio has its own channel on youtube.com and i’m excited about it and have a lot of plans for the new channel. so you want to have a video on the reloading radio channel and it pertains to reloading then let me know at email@example.com
I wanted to see if i was going to to be spending more money reloading target shot shells than what i could buy factory ammo. now don’t say that i will defiantly save money if i reloaded for high end ammo over buying that. cause i already know that and i don’t buy that expensive stuff other than self defense ammo and i will still buy self defense ammo over reloading it. and i don’t shoot expensive ammo when i go to the range to just put lead down range. so i wanted to see if i could load what i shoot the most which is Winchester AA light target loads. so i found some load data. and plug in all the data in this user easy calculator and press calculate, and that’s it. The software handles everything else which is sweet. oh and check out the youtube channel reloading radio at this time there is no videos but there might be by the time you read this.
OK by popular demand I talk a little about self defense ammo. What I talk about in this show is how I came up with a hand load that is similar to my Corbon DPX self defense ammo. This was just the ice breaker to start getting more involvement from you.
Eric MCclure this is his 3rd part of the reloading wildcat.
Common Sense Approach to Wildcats
• What do you want to do?
• Is there ALREADY a cartridge that can do the job?
• If not, is there ALREADY a wildcat that can do the job?
• Am I fixing a problem?
• The 44/40 Ruger fix
• The 375 SuperMag fix
• The 7.62X54R fix
• The story of the .38/45 Clerke
• Is this a rechamber job?
• Will this involve a barrel swap?
• Will the action contain the intended cartridge?
• Single Shots
• Lever guns
• Brass cost and strength issues
• Questions about types of brass
• Is there a cheaper solution?
• 30-30 vs. 375 Winchester
• .400 Corbon vs. .40 S&W
• Brass life
• Manufacturers of brass
• Hornady Brass
• Starline Brass
• Jamison Brass
• Grafs & Sons
• Buffalo Arms
• Cowboy Brass
• Top Brass
• The sub calibers
• 10-20 caliber
• .22 and the rest
• What is the intended purpose?
• Dual rig
Your shooting a wildcat!
Where do all these cartridges come from? Who’s the daddy of my 223, 308, etc. What
about my 9mm or 40 S&W? Most cartridges found in reloading manuals and of course
on your store shelves, started out a little different or totally different