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Armory, Self Defense, And EDC => Firearms (Including Long Guns, Pistols) => General Ammo, Reloading, Bullet Casting, & Ammo Craft => Topic started by: archer on January 11, 2017, 01:01:19 PM

Title: Reloading equipment score
Post by: archer on January 11, 2017, 01:01:19 PM
I mentioned to a friend I want to start reloading and he gave me this gear (which an old co-worker gave him):

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RCBS RS3
RCBS bullet puller
RCBS mechanical reloading scale
RCBS case lube pad
RCBS case loading block
RCBS funnel
RCBS ram primer unit
RCBS primer tray
RCBS powder trickler
RCBS powder measurer piggyback stand
RCBS partial bottle of gun lube
RCBS Uniflow powder measure
RCBS die 357 mag/33sp
RCBS die 44mag/44sp
RCBS die 7mm
RCBS die .303 Brit

Lyman universal Case trimmer
MEC 600 Jr - shotgun shell loader

CCI small pistol primer, partial box of 100
CCI large pistol primer magnum, partial box of 100
CCI large rifle magnum primer, 4 boxes of 100
Winchester AA shotgun wads
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: FreeLancer on January 11, 2017, 01:11:29 PM
I'm jealous.
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: archer on January 11, 2017, 01:14:59 PM
so is my brother....
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: Smurf Hunter on January 11, 2017, 03:18:33 PM
Much better compared to most of my gear. 

I have become an RCBS fan.
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: archer on January 11, 2017, 03:29:44 PM
all this gear is from the late 80's from what i can tell from the assorted books/manuals that came with it..
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: Smurf Hunter on January 11, 2017, 04:35:12 PM
all this gear is from the late 80's from what i can tell from the assorted books/manuals that came with it..

I have some mechanics tools from that era.  And you know what, the 7/16" socket still fits 7/16" bolts after all this time :)
Title: Re: Reloading equipment score
Post by: archer on January 11, 2017, 04:56:35 PM
I have some mechanics tools from that era.  And you know what, the 7/16" socket still fits 7/16" bolts after all this time :)

good. so it's not like how a 2x4 is now ~1.5 x ~3.5?