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Old 03-17-2011, 23:40   #61
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Raw/processed/new/primed brass, bullets, loaded ammo, and combo deals. A couple years ago a scored fully processed 308 brass for $0.17ea here.
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Old 05-10-2011, 16:20   #62
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Old 06-04-2011, 17:29   #63
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How good are pulled bullets for reloading?
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:07   #64
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A friend of mine opened a reloading supplies store a few months ago. He's got some hard to find calibers and stuff like military surplus powder if you load .223.

ahreloading.com

He used to own a full line gun store, now just reloading supplies.

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Old 12-12-2011, 09:14   #65
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How good are pulled bullets for reloading?
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:45   #66
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I have had several successful orders from these folks at a decent price:
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Old 03-06-2012, 21:16   #67
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After reading these comments, I hesitate to even ask for guidance on a 10 mm load. This is my first forum ever and the impression given is that "newbies" are not overly welcome. I do however have over 30 yrs experience reloading my own hunting rounds and would appreciate any input given on what has worked for you in a Glock 20. Never reloaded a pistol round and really hate to waste money buying components that really don't work very well. So far I have ordered the starline brass. Leaning towards a medium weight bullet, but no bias as yet. Thanks
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:22   #68
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After reading these comments, I hesitate to even ask for guidance on a 10 mm load. This is my first forum ever and the impression given is that "newbies" are not overly welcome. I do however have over 30 yrs experience reloading my own hunting rounds and would appreciate any input given on what has worked for you in a Glock 20. Never reloaded a pistol round and really hate to waste money buying components that really don't work very well. So far I have ordered the starline brass. Leaning towards a medium weight bullet, but no bias as yet. Thanks
We get the same questions over and over. But the real annoying part is when people take the time to answer and the newbie ignores the responses or refuses to even do a little bit of work to research the answer themselves (given some advice from the forum).
To your question. You will find people semi reluctant to give reloading data on the forum for liability reasons. Most will say get three sources and then average them.
The right answer for 10mm is a medium speed powder (not faster then unique) and a 180gr or heavier bullet. Some love to pick light bullets and go fast. But I would start in the middle like I suggested. Power Pistol, AA7, Longshot is great for Max loads. Grab your manuals and start browsing. Once you have done that the right thing to do is start your own thread and not change the direction of a existing thread.
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