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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by one_eye_kirat, Aug 6, 2004.

  1. one_eye_kirat

    one_eye_kirat

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    I made this thread since I can't find any that will fit my inquiry.

    RELOADER
    I'm looking for a used reloader but in good condition . (Is it a good idea to have your own reloader? feedbacks will be appreciated)

    Pls. PM me your offers.
     
  2. jasonub

    jasonub

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    i have a reloader, you will probably spend around 50-60t. its worth having one if your a serious competitor
     


  3. ogiebb

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    having your own reloader is a very nice thing. if your shooting that many rounds..not only is it cheaper to make your own ammo but you can cook up some loads that will reliably feed and shoot soft with your Gun..:cool:
     
  4. one_eye_kirat

    one_eye_kirat

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    is it the cheapest available in the market? right now, i'm eyeing for a 2nd hand one.



    precisely! :)
     
  5. Allegra

    Allegra

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    Depends if your a masochist
    reloading is almost as fun as watching yourself bleed

    reputable reloaders will give you discounts on ammo basta suki
    kung 50cents lang difference between buying and making your own ammo, magpareload ka nalang sa iba.
    If you shoot 20,000 rounds a year, thats only a 10,000peso difference per year. If a reloader costs 40t, then 4 years pa before siya masulit

    and did i say reloading is not fun?
     
  6. ogiebb

    ogiebb

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    im all for reloading because the fact that i can make my ammo anytime i want and i can reload to my own specs (diff powder diff OAL) ang laking ginhawa yung hinde ka aasa sa iba na mag reload para sa iyo. yung hinde ka bibigyan ng linyang "pare hinde pa tapos bala mo, balikan mo na lang next week" and on the side i kinda reload for some of my buddies ( i make them sign a waiver he he he)so medyo bawi bawi ng konti ang gastos ko...now the downside pag eengot engot ka baka masabugan ka ng primer tubes at magastos ang pagbili ng press at bawal pa din ata sa pinas..mahirap mag reload pag hinde auto indexing yung press kaya konting tiaga..i look at it as another hobby..kung kaya mong mag shell out ng pera and you plan to be shooting until the next decade go for it...Maganda din yung advice ni Allegra ..in the end nasa sayo pa din ang decisionwhatever it is Goodluck;) ;) ;)

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  7. ogiebb

    ogiebb

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    ay oo nga pala try mo magtanong sa mga ibang shooters kung may kakilala sila nagbebenta o gusto mag upgrade. a square deal or Dillon 550 is a good starting press konti gumagalaw na parts kaya mas maliit chance mag double charge. at madali ma detect pag may problema..;)
     
  8. vega

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    When I was still back there the difference for 9mm was something like P2.00 per round. Of course you need to pick up your brass. The price outside was P4.50 and based on my computation it ws only P2.35.

    I shoot about 1000 rds per month average. I bought my complete kit @ P10000.00 So in 5 mos the reloader was able to pay itself back.

    There's fun in rolling your own stuff.

    vega
     
  9. jasonub

    jasonub

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    allegra is right stronghand offers 3.75 per round on a minimum of 1000 rounds and for 500 rounds its only 4 pesos per round.

    my actual cost is 3.17 for lead i just want to make sure that if i break my gun (double charge) or do not make major (under charge) then its only me to blame. besides my oveall length is not normal. its 1.212" for my 40 cal. the normal i think is 1.135"
     
  10. batangueno

    batangueno Shock Resist

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    Hahaha;z Mas masakit pa rin sa akin yung inakyat ko ng MTB yung bundok sa Bataan ng mag-isa.;f

    Actually, the factor that made me decide to get a reloader is when Stronghand told me na "hindi puede 'yon eh". So i bought my own reloader, now i can do whatever i want. ;f Of course, safety still is my main concern. Now i can also reload in batches of 10 rounds when doing load experiments and working up loads for competition.

    Enjoy din naman, just this morning i loaded around 600 rounds. :)
     
  11. ogiebb

    ogiebb

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    Enjoy din naman, just this morning i loaded around 600 rounds. :) [/B][/QUOTE]


    sarap talaga ng roll your own ;) ;) ;)
     
  12. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    wow, meeehhnnn, peace meng, lakas ng amat! ano ba yang tsongki na yan? n320, 340, ap, obp? wooowwww, heeebbiiiee!!!:cool: pa shotgun naman!!!;g
     
  13. ogiebb

    ogiebb

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    Doc ,

    mukhang nasobrahan ka ng Bob Marley a..he he he;f ;f ;f ...uhh doc delikado ata mag pa shotgun;z ;z ;z
     
  14. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    Dr. B. Eye
    hahaha!!! mga adik-adik sa putok! hahahaha ;f;f;f