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March 3, 2013: Over the next several months we will be uploading information & resources to help you with your precision loading. If you are out searching the Internet, chances are you are trying to get your hands on all of the loading information you can. It is our goal to be a resource that you return to regularly.
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As with most things in life, there is often more than one way to accomplish a task. From the beginning of my precision loading quest, it became obvious that re-loaders are passionate about what works for them. We are not going to try and tell you that there is only one way to do something. I will share what has worked for me, as well as what has not. I will also share with you the precision loading experiences of other shooters.
The only way that we can continue to improve our precision loading is to stay objective. Again there is more than one way to get to your end goal. Don’t hesitate to try different ways to do a certain task. A different technique might work better in your situation. Please don’t hesitate to comment about your own experiences. We would like to share your input.
Precision Loading Disclaimer
Be aware that precision loading can be a dangerous hobby. Please refer to published, up to date reloading books when you begin to work up a new load for your specific gun. Not all guns are created equal. It is important that you always begin with the recommended starting charge weight. Only after YOU have confirmed that there is no signs of excessive pressure, can you slowly and incrementally increase your charge weight. Failure to adhere to safe loading practices can result in property damage and or injury to yourself and others.