In this video I take a look at Lee’s Breech Lock Reloader, single stage, C shaped press. I make some fake rounds and measure them for quality. I was pleasantly surprised with the results. Hope you find it interesting. TreeTopFlierI am retired USAF. I reloaded some as a kid, mostly shotgun, then stepped away for […]
In this video I would like to demonstrate the SUDAMI X-RING reloading press from South Africa. SUDAMI offers and builds reloading products of high quality. The SUDAMI X-RING reloading press is built like a tank and with this reloading press you can reload very accurate rounds easily. WiederladerTvhttps://wiederlader.tv/
In this video I show the case roller by Gun Metal Bullets in action. I bought this machine to roll size my brass. With this I remove bulges and make sure that the case feeds in my gun each and every time. Further, a roll sized case is much easier to reload which saves time […]
After looking at all of the powder tricklers on the market (except the Lyman Brass Smith that wasn't released yet) I settled on the RCBS Powder Trickler 2. This was because it was quality built, very sturdy, weighty, adjustable height, extendable tube and threaded tube.
In this video I would like to demonstrate the Lyman Case Trim Xpress™. Even extreme trimming opperations can be done very fast and easy. WiederladerTvhttps://wiederlader.tv/
Trying out the new candy from the XL650
Starting off into reloading is scary; let's not act like it is any secret. If you're thinking about getting into reloading there is going to be some fear. After all, we've all heard the stories of people blowing up their guns or hurting themselves with reloads. The reality of reloading is, quality control starts and stops with you. If you're very nonchalant and not precise about things, reloading may not be the best option for you. Now that said, getting started in today's world is probably easier and safer then it ever has been.