I recently received some empty aluminum 9mm cases in a batch of misc. brass. I don't see why these can't be reloaded, but I've personally never heard of anyone actually doing it. Anyone have experience or potential issues I should be aware of? Thanks in advance.
I did a brief search on this but came up empty. My apologies if it's already been discussed.
Purchased the software about a year ago.
Then realized ‘garbage in=garbage out’ so I then purchased a Pro Chrono for velocity measurements.
I would like to spend some time with someone who is experienced with the software to learn “tip,tricks and traps” to get me over the initial hump of learning how to use Quickload.
I’m a little overwhelmed with what the software can do and I am over analyzing everything. “Analysis Paralysis”
I’ve printed out the Quickload manual and read through it several times.
I do have many years of reloading behind my belt and recently got back into it after divorce, college, raising family and other life events that shifted my priorities.
Could some kind soul allow me to spend an afternoon with them so I can pick their brains and experience?
Willing to travel an hour or so and provide pizza and refreshments for your time.
Here's the question. I cast 100 .452 RNFP (Lee Die) 255gr bullets. Because of the high antimony content the bullets averaged out at 222gr. What if any considerations should I take into account for the weight difference? My first thought is that I would stick with 255gr load data as the size of the round is the same thus limiting case capacity. I would assume that velocity would more then likely increase since weight is different, unless the bearing surface of the bullet actually has more of an effect then the overall weight. Anyways, let the speculation begin.
Caliber: 460 Rowland
Powders: Accurate #7 / #5
Brass: Starline (New)
Primers: Winchester (LP)