By Dean Weingarten
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- Disassembled battery cup 209 primer. This inner cap measures .210 after firing.
Caution! Reloading with salvaged materials can be dangerous. The information in this article is for educational purposes only.
I recently read about the plight of people in India who struggle against reams of regulations bound with red tape to be able to fire a few rounds a year. I noticed that it is legal for India residents to reload cartridges for their own use, once they have secured the permit to legally possess a firearm.
Unfortunately, no one markets reloading supplies in India; no importation of reloading supplies is currently allowed; and reloading tools are difficult to find.
In the United States, we are blessed with multiple manufacturers of inexpensive, durable and effective reloading tools, multiple shops that sell all manner of reloading supplies over the counter; and thousands of gun shows a year, all over the country, where not only guns and ammunition, but reloading supplies are bought, sold, and traded, mostly without interference from the government.
If you want a bullet that is not made anywhere, you can, for a modest sum, contact a manufacturer to machine a …Read the Rest