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I just got my November 2007 copy of "Shooting Times."
It had a great article on how to make your own .223 bullets, using .22LR cases and lead wire.
Looked like something that might come in handy.
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Getting the equipment form corbin is a bit on the pricey side. But as expensive as ammo is getting these days and scarce too...it soon might actually be a pretty worth while investment.
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Getting the equipment form corbin is a bit on the pricey side. But as expensive as ammo is getting these days and scarce too...it soon might actually be a pretty worth while investment.
Kind of what I was thinking.
Also, if in the future, they regulate reloading supplies.
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