reloader

reloader

(riːˈləʊdə)
n
a person or thing that reloads something such as cargo or ammunition
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If you're a reloader who takes enormous pride in tiny groups, a serious competition rifle shooter who wants every advantage possible to win matches or simply the person who enjoys have the hottest, newest cartridge then the 6mm Creedmoor is your answer.
Alliant's Reloader 16 is made for shooters and hunters who demand the utmost in consistency regardless of the temperature outside.
The second component is the Swift Reloader Machine -- a much simpler machine that allows commuters to simply recharge their 'Hafilat' cards.
Hardness testers are not overly complicated, and are available to any reloader or bullet caster--perhaps one of the most common is the one that we use at my shooting club, the LBT Hardness Tester.
6x30mm cartridge in the March installment of "The Reloader.
As an avid reloader and shooter, the single-shot action is a great platform for developing custom, accurate reloads.
The control mechanism of the SCHADE reloader was constructed so that the central outlet hopper will always contain raw material.
Redding Reloading Equipment adds a good deal for the new reloader, or the experienced reloader looking for the ultimate upgrade to his or her benchtop.
458 Win Mag presents well-documented challenges to the reloader, and because loadings were usually in the upper 1900fps range it has acquired a bad reputation in a lot of circles --not so much as a client's rifle with good shot placement and the right bullet, but as a PH's charge-stopper.
It's possible for a reloader to create a headspace problem with his reloading dies.
NYSE: VAR) today announced it has acquired the assets of MRW GmbH, a prominent reloader and distributor of medical X-ray tubes in Germany.
I've been using the Iron Press Kit, which includes not only the press, but also gobs of tools and accessories that get the reloader off on the right foot.