Tag Archive: Lee Precision

Feb 20

Converting 5.56 Brass to 300 Blackout Brass

A step-by-step demonstration of how to convert .223/5.56 brass to 300 Blackout.

Feb 12

Loading Ammo for a Remington Rolling Block Model 1867 Navy Carbine

Watch along as Larry makes ammo for a Remington Rolling Block Model 1867 Navy Carbine chambered in 50-45-400.

Nov 26

Handloading the 7.62x54r

Eric discusses handloading the 7.62x54r cartridge which has been in military service since 1891. The rifles it uses are a story within itself. The Mosin Nagant series of military service rifles are probably the most widely produced and well known bolt action rifles in the world. Every handloader worth his salt that owns a Mosin owes …

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Oct 17

Handloading for the Webley Mk VI Revolver – Part 2

This is Part two of the Two-part series on reloading cartridges for the British Webley MK VI service revolver. This was the official British Army sidearm of World War I. It is chambered for the hard to find .455 Webley cartridge, though many of these guns in the U.S.A. have had their cylinders “shaved” to …

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Oct 06

Reloading .32 Winchester Special

Eric discusses reloading .32 Winchester Special ammo.

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