In my last video, I covered priming and charging cases, see AR-308 – Precision Loading Pt. 3 – Priming and Charging Cases. Now we need to seat bullets, and also check/correct for concentricity of the bullet. If we have a consistent charge, a benchrest primer, consistent case neck thickness, and a properly/optimally seated bullet, we’re going to have some mighty fine results (especially considering the rifle that we’re using).
More details to follow! My next set of posts in this series will cover progressive reloading equipment and the RCBS Bullet Feeder for 30 cal. It’s going to be fun!