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Handloading in a Pandemic

Handloading in a Pandemic

(Photo courtesy of RifleShooter Magazine)

I started handloading back in the 1960s, in a time when, it seemed to me, most serious rifle shooters rolled their own. We can argue that factory ammo is a whole lot better today. We can also argue that components and equipment have dramatically escalated in cost. This leads to a valid point that, today, you have to do a lot of shooting to save money through handloading.

However, I loved those hours at the loading bench and always made time to load, even when I was working three jobs. So, my friends, here is a horrible confession: My reloading equipment was boxed up for quite some time. A handy portable bench I used for years broke beyond repair. We didn’t have space for a...

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