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Reloading classes

Discussion in 'Michigan Glockers' started by centennial, Jul 19, 2007.


  1. centennial

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    First classes went very well!
    This is a link to a couple of posts from people that took the Sunday 07/15 class:
    http://www.migunowners.org/forum/showthread.php?t=20406&page=2

    Future dates are August 5 or August 19. Both dates are Sundays with class starting at 2:00pm

    Cost will be $100 paid in advance.
    Class should run 4-5 hours.

    Classes are very hands on with the student actually making ammunition.
    Students will be using single stage presses. All tools and components will be supplied.

    We will be concentrating on rifle ammunition because it is more complex and if you understand rifle reloading, you will be able to load pistol cartridges with ease. Handgun reloading will be discussed to explain the minor differences.

    I will supply dies, powder, primers and projectiles for 20 rounds of either .223/5.56, .308 or 30-06.

    You will receive the Lyman 48th edition Reloading Manual ($25.00 value) and a coupon for $50.00 of the purchase price of a press. This coupon can only be used toward a press purchased from my shop.

    Class is limited to 4 persons each date and will be held at my shop in Marine City, 48039.

    Questions? call me at 1-810-765-6454
     
  2. centennial

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    3 spots left for the August 19 class.
     

  3. Hailstorm

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    Guys with the cost of ammo rising. This is a great idea. Wish there was a class when I started. Would have saved alot of powder:shocked:
     
  4. centennial

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    I still have a couple of slots available for the August 19th class.
    Once you learn to reload the ammo shortage will no longer be a concern for you.