Reloading UKTitan ReloadingInline FabricationMidSouth Shooters Supply
RotoMetals2ADvertise hereRepackboxLee Precision

Donate Now Goal amount for this year: 6000 USD, Received: 1970 USD (33%)
Our Annual server fund drive is going on now! This donation drive helps fund Cast Boolits for an entire year, and helps support our 2nd amendment rights! You can donate by Paypal by clicking the DONATE button. Or by Cash / Check / MO to the address below:

Willy Snyder
PO Box 2732
Pocatello, ID 83206
****Due to overwhelming e-mails, I will be very slow in updating this list. Please bear with me!****


Tab Content
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-31-2021, 12:22 PM
    I bought replacements at a business that specializes in fasteners. I bought multiple for like .25 cents each.
    3 replies | 126 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-27-2021, 08:18 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread Quickload Question? in Cast Boolits
    Thin Man- The 125g RNFP is a .358 mold for the .357 Mag. It is big enough as cast and sized. I have a 120g. TC mold that is 9mm( .356) and it is not big enough. I did powder coat some but the groups were terrible with the first loading. (4.0 g of...
    13 replies | 230 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-26-2021, 11:01 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread Quickload Question? in Cast Boolits
    This barrel has been throated by Dougguy also. The bore is .3565 and I need a .358 bullet. The mold I have is a Lee 125 RNFP to get a bullet big enough to stabilize. The .358 body of the boolit extends above the crimp groove and I need to seat deep...
    13 replies | 230 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-26-2021, 02:18 PM
    Toilet paper is for sh------ and not shooting. I think any soft media would work. Why not sand at that velocity?
    49 replies | 1277 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-26-2021, 02:14 PM
    I am faced with a unique reloading situation. I have a CZ pistol that has a large bore size. I need to use a .358 bullet in order to stabilize my cast boolits. In order to keep the bullet out of the lands I need to seat it very deep in the case...
    13 replies | 230 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-23-2021, 07:14 PM
    I don't know where to post this one. Is there a site or thread on here that speaks to bad Winchester SP primers? I have two lots of Winchester primers that I have used over the last two years. All of a sudden I am getting 4-5% of Winchester...
    8 replies | 268 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-20-2021, 09:46 PM
    God left us an owners manual for our soul- it is the Holy Bible. It has the answers you need for any situation and God will provide free customer service just for the asking. You do not need a conversation with God because He has covered all the...
    27 replies | 680 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-16-2021, 11:43 PM
    My Lee 6 cavity 124 TC mold casts right at .356 and no more. I went with a 358 rnfp for the 9mm. You may get away with a .358 bullet in the revolver but .359 is good insurance it will work. You can powder coat with the shake and bake method and...
    9 replies | 437 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-16-2021, 01:35 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread Shooting With Glasses: in Our Town
    On the Bullseye pistol forum there was a doctor by the name of Norman Wong that had a write up about how an optometrist should fit you with shooting glasses.
    43 replies | 967 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-13-2021, 11:46 PM
    Load the swc to where there is 1/32" of the bullet shoulder above the case mouth. Do not sweat the oal. 1.250 is usually the goal for 230 g. RN bullets.
    16 replies | 483 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-13-2021, 07:00 PM
    As for 9mm, I have achieved 1 3/4" groups at 20 yards with a near stock CZ 75B. That required 2 molds and reaming the chamber so that I could use a bullet that fit the bore. The bore was .3565 so no 9mm bullet mold at .356 would work. I bought the...
    21 replies | 489 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-13-2021, 06:26 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread Shooting With Glasses: in Our Town
    The answer depends on several things but in short you need to have your point of focus at the front sight. That means you need astigmatism correction if needed in your shooting eye. With age your eyes will not focus at close distances so a diopter...
    43 replies | 967 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-13-2021, 06:25 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread Shooting With Glasses: in Our Town
    The answer depends on several things but in short you need to have your point of focus at the front sight. That means you need astigmatism correction if needed in your shooting eye. With age your eyes will not focus at close distances so a diopter...
    43 replies | 967 view(s)
  • wv109323's Avatar
    07-06-2021, 05:24 PM
    wv109323 replied to a thread 195 years ago today. in Our Town
    It gets in my gizzard when someone like AOC thinks so little of the US Constitution and thinks she has the answers. AOC could not hold a candle for the founding fathers.
    9 replies | 440 view(s)
No More Results
About wv109323

Basic Information

About wv109323
Biography:
Age 60
Location:
Lenore, WV
Interests:
Cars Guns Photography
Occupation:
Disabled

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
2,568
Posts Per Day
0.56
General Information
Last Activity
Yesterday 07:27 PM
Join Date
01-02-2009
Referrals
0
Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check