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Handloading for the M1A/ M14 Rifle: Part 1

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Published on Aug 18, 2012

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In this series I will go over some of the particulars of loading for this rifle system. In this first part we will go over some of the major points regarding brass, powder, die, and projectile considerations. The M1A/ M14 is an amazing rifle system in itself, but reloading ammunition can require more trial and error than other systems such as an AR. Stay tuned for Part 2 where we will discuss brass preparation for proper chambering and the ins and outs of primer selection for the M1A/ M14.
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