Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Soybomb, Sep 6, 2008.
I inherited one of those lee reloaders shot shell, never used it though, it sits right under my 550B, if I ever reloaded shot shells I'd probably use it just since all my shotguns were inherited from the same person.
So I was just thinking as the crimp bit on shotshells wears out you could just cut it out and glue in that cardboard endcap for a final use, eh?
I have a little single reloader for rifle bullets, thought it would be cool for tweaking loads while at the range... I used it once and threw it in a box somewhere
It's cheaper to buy shotgun shells than it is to reload anymore
Shot is very expensive
Yeah I know, maybe I'd take to an "alternative shot" like peppercorn and rock salt.
We'll use a very light powder charge and sell it with one of those plastic flare guns as this seasons must have man grilling item....