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Reloading Steps all at Once

Reloading Steps all at Once




      

Reloading Steps all at Once




Reloading Steps all at Once

It is supposed by some that the chamber of a reloading tool should be shaped so as to re-form a shell that is swollen or expanded, and at the same time force the bullet in, pack the powder and crimp the shell.

This process is impracticable for several reasons. First—The shells are made of elastic metal, and must be compressed beyond the desired size, so as to allow for the springing back of the metal. To do this requires more power than is consistent with the construction of a practical, portable hand tool. Second.—As the shell is primed and the powder is in, there is more or less danger attending this operation. Third.—The bullet is composed of non-elastic metal, and as the shell is being compressed with the bullet in, it, of course, compresses the bullet which being non-elastic, remains to the size compressed, and the accurate diameter of the bullet is lost, and it would be loose in the shell were it not for the. crimping of the shell into it, and the powder pressing the bullet up against the crimp. Experience has proven that the shell, if expanded, should be reformed while empty, and in a separate tool. Fortunately the majority of shells do not expand so as to interfere, and loading tools as constructed are all that is required.

Farrow, Edward S. American Small Arms; a Veritable Encyclopedia of Knowledge for Sportsmen and Military Men. New York: Bradford, 1904. Print.

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