Man Magnum

Rethink Reloading?

I STARTED RELOADING in the early ’90s. I had bought a CZ 7.65mm pistol, a Lee C-frame press and Lee dies – all the cheapest available, but which I still couldn’t really afford. The gun shop assistant was not much help in answering my questions on the fundamentals of reloading; he handed me a box of bullets and mumbled something about 75gr being ‘a good starting point’.

I set up the press in my dormitory room at varsity, much to the concern of some other residents, and

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