COMING SOON!

This site will contain LOTS of video material, highlighting everything you will need to get started safely in the exciting world of reloading your own ammunition!

We will review all of the basic equipment you will need to get started.  Then we’ll review all of the safe practices you need to follow: how to select good cases, how to determine safe loads, how to prep cases, prime cases, how to safely measure powder, and most importantly, how to assemble all of the various materials into a safe, effective round.  There will be no stone unturned.

There is a massive amount of information about reloading in a whole host of places – on line, in books, in reloading manuals, magazines, etc.  The problem isn’t finding the material. The problem is finding it all in one place, and then in making all of the right choices for your load, that you are reloading.

To cap it all off, and to help you with that final step of actually reloading your caliber, we will have entire videos that show the reloading of a specific caliber from start to finish!  After you’ve reviewed the equipment videos and selected your equipment, and after you’ve reviewed the “safe practices” videos, you can watch and work along with the video to assemble your favorite cartridge!  We’ll start with the venerable 38 Special and 357 Magnum, 44 Special (or magnum) and 45 Colt to cover major revolver cartridges,  then to the ever-popular 45 ACP and 9 mm to cover some of the most popular pistol calibers.  In rifle, we’ll do the new standard, the .223, the old standard 30-30 Winchester, the popular .308, and .30-06 Springfield.

So leave us a message, and come back and visit as soon as we launch!  (We expect to be loading the first series of “overview” videos in late August, and many “how-to” videos in September, 2014.  So register now and get on our email list so we can notify you every time we post something new.  There is no obligation to signing up for a fee membership, and we will not under any circumstances share, sell, or mis-use your email addresses.)

 

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