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Handloading for the M1A/ M14 Rifle: Part 2

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Published on Sep 13, 2012

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Proper brass prep is necessary to the safety and functionality of the M1A/ M14 rifle and in this part of the series we will be discussing brass preparation techniques and preparing a small lot of once fired Military brass for use in my rifle. We will also be discussing the different primers that will work safely in a rifle system such as the M1A/ M14. Many of the topics covered in this video relate to any semi-automatic rifle of a military design. In Part 3 we will be discussing safe starting loads and considerations for loading quality ammunition using mil spec brass using various projectile designs and weights. Stay tuned.

Tools used in this video:

Redding T-7 Turret Press
RCBS Small Base .308 WIN die/ RCBS #3 Shellholder
L.E. Wilson 308 Case Length Headspace Gage
Mitutoyo Electronic Calipers
Hornady Headspace Gage Kit
Redding 1400 Trimmer
Redding Chamfer Deburring Tool (17 to 45 Cal)
Redding Primer Pocket Uniforming Tool (LR)
Lyman Flash Hole Uniforming tool
Dillon Super Swage 600
RCBS APS Press Mounted Priming Tool on a Redding Boss Press
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