Case Head Separations

by: Germán A. Salazar If you’ve been reloading for a while, you’ve probably experienced some case head separations.  If you haven’t yet, you probably will sooner or later.  At a…

A Few Reloading Hints and Tips

by Germán A. SalazarThere are a few little items which I find newer shooters ask about with some frequency and some which thy don’t ask about but should!  Over time, as…

Giraud Case Trimmer

by: Germán A. Salazar Doug Giraud has been making his patented case trimmer for the better part of a decade now.  I don’t remember the exact date but I do…

Moly Buildup in Seating Die

by: Larry MedlerThis may or may not apply to you. Lately I have been measuring the force it takes to seat bullets and this set up uses a flat load…

Measuring the Case

by: Germán A. Salazar This is another introductory reloading article, there will be little here for the experienced reloader but those who are new to reloading might find something useful…

Concentricity Tools

by: German A. Salazar There is no shortage of concentricity checking tools on the market today and it seems new ones keep coming to market so a quick survey of…

Resizing – Case Dimension Changes

by: Germán A. Salazar When you get home from the range with a box full of fired brass, it’s time to get to work.  The most fundamental decision to be…

Prepping Military Brass for Highpower Matches

by: Germán A. SalazarWhen I began shooting Highpower, most competitors used military brass for their ammo.  If you were lucky, you scrounged enough Lake City Match brass to keep you…

Reloading Shortages.

The last year or two has really cut into my reloading components. At one time all that space was taken up by bullets and primers and even more powder. 5…