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Sorting Bullets for Reloading

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In this video we go over our process of sorting projectiles for the best possible handloads with minimal variation, beginning with weight sorting of cast lead projectiles and visually inspecting for voids as well as sorting jacketed projectiles for length. Taking the extra time to sort projectiles before loading them provides for better downrange performance with minimal variation between each round of ammo and hopefully, tighter groups. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Sorting Bullets for Reloading

  1. Do you have a resource that you would recommend that uses the Ogive measurement as an OAL measurement for reloading rifle ammunition? I have the Hornady tool that attaches on to my calipers to measure off of the Ogive of the bullet, I just can’t find any information stating a general over all length using the Ogive.

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