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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
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NOS Herters 219 Zipper Wildcat Loading Reloading Handloading Dies Die Set
NOS Herters 219 Zipper Wildcat Loading Reloading Handloading Dies Die Set
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Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224
Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224
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RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
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ITEM# RC219Z ^ RCBS 219 ZIPPER RELOADING DIES   2 DIE SET   FLS SEAT
ITEM# RC219Z ^ RCBS 219 ZIPPER RELOADING DIES 2 DIE SET FLS SEAT
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NEW Hornady 546208 Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224)
NEW Hornady 546208 Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224)
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219 zipper lee loader precision reloading tool kit
219 zipper lee loader precision reloading tool kit
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Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
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Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
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Hornady Ammo Reloading Equipment Series IV Die Set 219 Zipper .224
Hornady Ammo Reloading Equipment Series IV Die Set 219 Zipper .224
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Lee Universal Shellholder #3   219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special  #90520
Lee Universal Shellholder #3 219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special #90520
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RCBS 219 ZIPPER FL DIE SET #26001
RCBS 219 ZIPPER FL DIE SET #26001
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Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224''
Hornady 546208 Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224''
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Lee # 3L  Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl  # 90909  New!
Lee # 3L Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl # 90909 New!
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Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3  219 Zipper / 30-30 Win  # 90203
Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3 219 Zipper / 30-30 Win # 90203
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reloading 357mag

fl*riosean1 said: i'm wondering what powder and how much some of the gun nuts here like to use also, are small pistol magnum primers nessesary?

w*ynesixgun said: You might want to purchase and read a couple of reloading manuals..then come back and ask..The powder manufactures web sites have reloading data, also a good place to start.

C*ctus said: You might want to purchase and read a couple of reloading manuals..then come back and ask..The powder manufactures web sites have reloading data, also a good place to start. X2 I will say that I like 2400 for .357mag because I already have it on hand and use it for my .30 cal mil surps. Cactus

m*dicstimpy said: Depends on what you want to do with it. What kind of bullet, etc. I reload my .357 with light/wimpy WC loads, mid-level target loads and full blown H110 fun loads. Titegroup for WC's and target loads. Have to load 231 just for my 686 since it doesn't like my mid-level Titegroup target loads like my Ruger does. But both guns like the same H110 and WC load. Don't bother with Magnum primers unless you can get them cheap. I still have a couple of unused boxes since Titegroup, 231 and H110 all light up fine with regular SP primers.

ml*htovaara said: I have been using Bullseye with good results. Anywhere from 5-7 grains makes great cheap plinkers. For the hotter loads 2400 is a good powder. I used it for .44 mag, but haven't bothered loading any hot .357 mag yet. As far as primers go, I have never used a magnum primer for .357 or .44 mag, and have loaded thousands without issue.

fl*riosean1 said: i purchased the abc's of reloading, and the 49th edition lyman reloading manuals and got a ton of good information out of them, i've tried tightgroup for the 357 because i was using it in my 38's and i felt there was no where near enough bang in comparison to a factory load i also tried unique and liked it but i still think i could do better basically my plinking rounds i'm thinking i'll continue to use unique in my 38s but when i shoot 357's i want something hot

M*cGonnigal said: For the .357, I've been using IMR-4227, Accurate #9 and 2400, and I'm getting best results with 2400. (Ruger GP100, 6"). Federal #200 primers (small magnum pistol) only, but I got a deal on a brick of them. And they work well.

w*odchopper said: I have several loadings, light plinkers of several different levels, and top end some 180grn XTP hollow points loaded up to full power :D those are the emergency use rounds