Decided not to load up ammo the night before the RRC shoot like I usually do "rolleyes" Just loaded 100 rounds for my 260 in 1hour and 36 minutes. Reloading shed light on to light off. Primers out, pockets cleaned, neck sized, all powder measured between 43 and 43.02 grains, bullets seated. Brass didn't get cleaned but hey, life is short! Another 100 tomorrow so for the first time I should get a good nights sleep before going Bodmin :-)
No nothing useful, just wondering if anyone else finds reloading tedious enough to watch the clock from start to finish. You want pet loads, call the section "pet loads" :-P I posted in a section called "rollinyerown"
Ive just got in from my shed ;-) (10x12 breeze block, power, fridge, etc) 175 cases prepped, neck turned, resized all cleaned in the tumbler to removed lube, having a coffee then back to prime scoop some powder in. push some amax in then out to blast some corvids. With shotty not rifle this time.
I'm in a cosy, purpose built for reloading, insulated shed with phone and stereo plumbed in....... But still find it tedious. Thinking about using the produce drives me on though :-)
Cant say I watch the clock, I load in batches by process, cleaning 200 per hr, sizing 100 per hr, trimming 100 per hr, priming 2-300 per hr . I can charge and seat only 200 per day probably 3 hrs or so. Music tends to make me not do the job.