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assessing reload

Discussion in 'The .40 S&W Club' started by dude.bandit, Jun 6, 2012.


  1. dude.bandit

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    how do you assess if the reload is good or not without harming your gun? scenario is your are in a new shooting range.
     
  2. jprj

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    Use their gun and test fire a couple of hundred....
     

  3. RedHaze

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    I don't get it...
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    If it's not your reload, don't shoot it.

    If it's your own reload, and you're within standard load ranges. Shoot away. If you hit the target, all the better!
     
  4. jprj

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    Thanks for mentioning that. Here in our place, not all people do their own loading. Many people let the store or the range do the reloading for us.