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Always great to find a quality forum for any topic, and I was glad to find one on hand loading. I am relatively new to hand loading and look forward to using this site as tool no different than my press and primer!
Thanks for the welcome. Found your site surfing the web. Used to shoot 1000yd & 200yd matches several years ago. Due to time restraints, haven't reloaded much the last several years. Retired now and starting to reload some again.
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I stumbled across this forum awhile ago and have come back to it over the years. I finally decided to join up so I can have it permanently in my bookmarks. I've been reloading off and on for quite awhile, since the early/mid 70's ('74). Army vet, 72-75, 82nd ABN. Been in law enforcement since 1975. Retired in 2015.
Load .40, .45, .380, 9mm. Used to load .38, .357 mag, .44 spl. Will be loading .243 rifle when I get around to it. Started using the Lee Loader while still in High School but sporadically with mediocre results. I still carry the Lee Loader kit in my glovebox but now I use a full fledged press.
Anyways, just a quick intro and thanks for access to this site. I hope I can contribute over time. 64yrs young now so we'll have to make it fast. ;-)
Last edited on Wed Mar 1st, 2017 03:23 PM by dher490
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