Reloading


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Reloading

The act or practice of borrowing money in order to pay off some other debt. Depending on the type of reload loan, this may be advantageous to the borrower as he/she may pay a lower interest rate and the interest may be tax-deductible. For example, credit card debt has a high interest rate and is not tax-deductible. Someone with a large amount of credit card debt may take out a home equity loan in order to pay off the credit card. In the long run, the borrower will pay less because home equity loans come with a lower interest rate and he/she may write off the interest. While they may be advantageous, it is possible to reload too much or too often, resulting in a greater amount of debt.
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The new, younger customers joining the shooting sports in recent years are less likely to reload, but those who are avid participants represent new reloading sales opportunities.
MYTH 3: One good reloading manual is all that's necessary.
published in 1957, Colonel Townsend Whelen set the format that's been followed by other publishers of reloading manuals.
Reloading a pistol quickly is a complex motor skill, requiring both fine and gross muscle movements to work together, and as I just explained, fine motor skills will diminish when someone is trying to kill you.
Yes, there's a lot of free reloading information on the Internet.
I wouldn't give you a low-ball figure just to make reloading more attractive to you.
When it comes to reloading, we know the basics: Reloading makes shooting less expensive.
On the other hand, if you are looking for a way of extending your shooting enjoyment; you aren't concerned with the amount of time the process will take; you want to produce the best possible ammunition for your shooting purposes; and you are intrigued with the mechanics of shooting, reloading may be just the new hobby you've been looking for.
Info on the Philmont Scout Ranch reloading program can be acquired through local Boy Scout Councils or by writing the Philmont Scout Ranch, BSA, Cimarron, NM 87714.
The most common reloading device for a revolver is a speedloader, which is designed to securely contain the prescribed number of rounds.
Reloading time from slide-lock with flapped pouches was more than a whole second (1.
I soon added a reloading press and my first was the Lyman All American.