The proven way to control costs and produce precise ammunition is to prep and condition cases yourself.
Case prep is important to the reloading process because the case acts as both a container for the powder and bullet and as a seal for the gun’s chamber. How well you prepare your cases affect the accuracy and consistency of your ammunition.Read More...
As you become more proficient in reloading, you will fine-tune your processes based on available equipment, the firearms you own, and the type of shooting you will be doing most often. Please continue to read, learn and understand various methods and techniques so that you find the system that works the best for your shooting needs.
We like to start with at least 100 cases in a batch. When you start a new case prep procedure, process only three or four cases and then take the time to measure whether the correct results are being achieved.
SAFETY – Please follow all pertinent safety procedures such as wearing safety glasses, being in a well-lit and well-ventilated workspace, and having all reloading tools in top working condition and no flames, sparks, or static electricity.