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    Lock 'n' Load - Ammunition part 1

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    Custer was winning the battle, until the ammo ran out.

    Survivors (Indians) who witnessed the battle said that Custer was one of the last White Men shooting, and he was killing savages with his pistols until his ammo ran out.

    The Riflemen did not just quit fighting when the ammo finally ran out, they fought on, and continued to out fight the Indians.

    The Riflemen scrambled out and grabbed bows and arrows, or any other weapon, off dead Indians and continued to fight with anything at hand until they were finally overwhelmed by numbers.

    The Battle of the Little Big Horn is often described as a “massacre”; it was, Custer and his men were few in number but they killed THOUSANDS OF INDIANS!

    They would have killed more, if they had more ammo.

    There is no way to estimate how many thousands of White Lives were saved by the action of Custer and his men.

    The Battle of the Little Big Horn was not the last battle in the Indian War, but it was a major factor in finally bringing that war to a conclusion.

    A brief account of the battle can be found in the widely distributed book “Black Elk Speaks” Black Elk was an Indian survivor wounded in that battle. He also said that most of the wounded Indians died from their wounds.

    He also confirmed that the Indians behaved as savages in regards to the wounded Soldiers who were unable to fight on, and also with their dead bodies.

    A savage is simply a savage, and we are not all the same.

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    Video removed from YouTube due to a complaint from an International Media Corporation that has made MILLIONS of dollars off people like you and me.

    I will never buy another product from such corporations again!

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    Video removed from YouTube due to a complaint from an International Media Corporation that has made MILLIONS of dollars off people like you and me.

    I will never buy another product from such corporations again!

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    Video removed from YouTube due to a complaint from an International Media Corporation that has made MILLIONS of dollars off people like you and me.

    I will never buy another product from such corporations again!

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    HPR Ammo Made in Arizona



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    Having Enough Ammunition


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    The History of Hornady® Manufacturing

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    Remington Expanding Lonoke, Arkansas Ammunition Factory

    Remington expects that an increase in product will lead to a decrease in retail pricing.

    Armscor has also announced a factory expansion.

    Light at the End of the Tunnel? Remington Building New Ammo Plant, Foreign Ammo Imports Double - Guns.com

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    Price Gouging

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    Default Re: Ammunition - Bullets, Brass Cases, Primers, & Powder

    A friend of mine loaded a few of these ballistic tip 8mm Mauser rounds for hunting purposes. They are Nosler Ballistic Tips, 180 gr., loaded at 2,479 fps @ muzzle, 41,300 cup (pressure), Federal Large Riffle (match) primers.



    So far I have four varieties of ammunition. I have Copper FMJ's, Alluminum FMJ's, Nosler Pallistic Tips, and Remington soft points.

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    This is some information that I have posted from another site, but it bears repeating. Given all the concern (justified) over Civilian Disarmament and current ammunition shortages, I'm going to jump back into hand loading my own rounds.

    I grew up handloading 20 ga shotgun shells and .30-30 rounds. It must be at least 20 years since I've reloaded a round, though, and really don't remember much about it. I know I'm going to need 2 presses (one for centerfire rifle and pistol ammo, and one for shotgun loads), dies, powder, bullets, shot, wads, casings/shells, primers, and a scale/grain scoop.

    I've never reloaded a pistol round, and used to always work with my own (fired) brass and shells.

    I'm looking into equipment right now, books, manuals, etc.

    Does anybody have anything they recommend?

    Please feel free to share any insights and knowledge you have on the subject. I'm going to be posting links to what I find on the net as far as equipment/pricing/availability, etc.

    Hopefully this will help a few of us out.
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    Just ordered some reloading equipment today.
    I've been seriously searching the past few days, comparing prices, brands, types, and availability - and weighing all the options against what I wanted to spend.
    I ended up ordering a Lee Precision II Anniversary Challenger Kit.

    It wasn't my first choice in type or brand (would have preferred the RCBS turret press) but with all the equipment and components I need to buy, I just couldn't justify the additional cost at this time (it would have been twice as much).
    I also ordered a brass tumbler and digital caliber.
    Total cost was $246 (including shipping).
    One of the determining factors for the single stage press is the fact that I won't be reloading thousands and thousands of rounds of multiple calibers. I also am not reloading match grade ammunition.
    I only have 3 calibers I need to reload, .223, .308, and 9mm. I've been trading, selling, and buying to consolidate calibers
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    The press kit and tumbler were delivered a little while back. I've purchased the Nosler Reloading Guide (6th Edition). I'm not very impressed with it, TBH. While it has recommended loads for a wide variety of calibers, it only has a few loads per caliber, not very detailed, only covers a handful of powders, and has no conversion tables for determining a load's energy. I wouldn't recommend this guide.

    I've identified the two die sets that I will be purchasing first, 9mm and .308 Winchester. As I have multiple firearms of the same caliber that I will be reloading for, I have to make sure that I have a Full Length Resizing Die. I am also opting for the Factory Crimp Die for each set.

    Shopping around for the dies, but the MSRP should be around $90 for both sets. __________________ Just checked the math and availability.

    $29.99 IMR 4895 smokeless powder / pound.
    $53.99 Hornady .308 dia Interbond 150 gr SSTBT, 100 ct
    $100 CCI #200 Large Rifle Primers, 1000 ct
    $140 .308 Win brass, fired, cleaned, 500 ct

    I can load Hornady .308 Win Interbond SSTBT, 150 gr loaded @ 44.5 gr of powder (99% case full) creating 2800 fps muzzle velocity, 2610 muzzle energy........for $1.12 per round, or $22.40 a box of 20.

    IF, and that is a big if, you can find comparable manufactured ammo on the shelf, it is selling for around $2.50 per round, or $50 a box of 20.

    Of course, that is only the component cost, and doesn't reflect the cost of physical equipment.

    BTW, primers are getting real hard to find, and when you can find them, they are outrageously priced.

    3 years ago, #200 Large Rifle primers were $0.02 ppr. They have gone up 500% in price, to around $0.10 ppr.

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    Found primers local. Federal large rifle, $4.99 per 100, limited to 500 per customer per day. At $0.05 per primer, that's half the price I can get them online right now, while supplies last. *edit* Back in town, and went back to the same store to buy more primers. They are now limited to 300 per purchase, per day. I've called several friends in the area to stop by and purchase the maximum for me.

    I got 300 CCI small pistol primers for $4.99 per 100.

    The way I figure it, I want to have about 6,000 primers on hand divided between small pistol, large pistol, small rifle, large rifle. Add another 2,000 of shotgun primers to the mix.

    With store imposed limits, it is going to take a while......if they don't run out first (which I think they will unless they have a hidden stash in the back).

    Primers and Powder are the two components that we cannot manufacture or recycle ourselves (we can pour our own lead bullets and recycle used brass). Powder seems to be readily available, and hasn't had much of a markup in the past several years. Primers on the other hand......
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