Patterson’s Guide to Reloading Basics
Practical Ammo Reloading Guide for Shooter’s
The cost of ammo goes up over time. If you are on a budget, and practice shooting often than you know it cost a big chunk of money to keep buying ammo for your practice. What if you can reuse the shells and make your own ammo? Would that save money? Sure it would, but there is a learning curve that you have to overcome first. You will need to learn how to reload and do it safely and appropriately, so no one gets injured or harmed in the process.
The actual process of reloading is never simple as 1-2-3 if it was, I am sure you won’t need to buy a book to learn how to do it. The process is delicate, time-consuming but the reward and savings are truly great. For me the enjoyment of reloading my own shells and the satisfaction of accuracy I achieve out weights everything else. I am sure once you get started, you will enjoy and the same satisfactions as well.
I shared a lot of images and YouTube videos in this book; I did that to give you a visual and mental view of the process along with words. Sometimes reading a process from a book can be confusing but when you see an image or watch a video of that same process being done on the screen, it becomes much easier to understand then follow and duplicate the process.
My goal in this book is to teach you the very basics of reloading along with all the safety measures you need to take and practice this way the job is done properly and done right.
In This Book I Show You How to:
- The Basics of Reloading
- Benefits of Reloading
- What equipment you need
- What kind of Press to use
- Basics of cartridges
- Types of bullets
- What Powder to use
- What Primers to use
- Reloading Step by Step
- How to inspect cases
- How to clean your cases
- How to lubricate your cases
- How to resize
- How to do trimming, priming and Crimping
- Short shell reloading
- Proper care and maintenance
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Pub Date: 03/2017
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.27d