38sp, 45 acp, 30 carbine, 223/556, .308 & 6.5 Swede and I will soon be loading 9mm & 44mag
I have a Rockchuker single stage & a Lee Classic but I have a big Mec coming that is already setup for 45acp
right now the only things I shoot without reloading are shotgun, 22 and 7.62x39,,,,
oh yeah I cast for 38sp & 45acp
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30 year of reloading ammo for all my toys. I use 2 dillon 550b press, one set up for small primer and the other for large. I wet tumble all my brass with the primers removed. Learn a lot in those 30 years
Have done so for many a year. I have dies most everything I shoot outside of rimfire. 380, 9mm, .38, .357, 45 ACP, .44 (both) .223, .300 BLK, 7.62x39 and .308 get the most use. Jeff Bartlett is a life saver for the mil rounds I reload. I have other odds from over the years with firearms gone by, .303 Brit, 8mm Nambu, 7.7 Jap, .270 etc. Most reloads are either plink/practice or workups for bolt/match loads.
Also do mostly #6 shot in the 12 gauge but I do some youth under loads.
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Sorry, I haven't got back to you sooner. I used some Starline 9mm super comp brass. Its the same size. I used load data for regular 9mm loads and 115 fmj and some 124 lrn. I made some brass from cut down 223 but they didn't work well. The extractor groove was too shallow. If you have a Modelo Super, Sarco Inc. had mags.