Volume 1 covers the rationale for and execution of each action in the fundamental, yet complete reloading process to load a functional rifle cartridge.
The content focuses on the fundamentals to be applied when embarking on the highly rewarding practice to build a cartridge for a pre-defined purpose. For simplification, single stage equipment is used, since regardless of progressive systems or single stage, the process, fundamentals and principles remain the same, - only the machines and equipment differ.
To enhance the practical use of the publication, the content is indexed as for a chaptered book, and specific subjects can be selected to view as a source of reference according to the needs of the viewer, without having to browse through the video material to find the relevant information.
This volume has two main parts:
Part 1. (1st Disk): Orientation, Planning and Equipment
Part 1 gives perspective to the needs for safely loading a functional cartridge and provides guidelines for planning a reload to achieve pre-determined results. It introduces the reloader to result orientated equipment needs, without distracting the attention to preferred brands.Part 2
Disk): Basic Process and Procedures
Part 2 describes the detail of every action needed to safely prepare the case and to assemble the components to form the final cartridge. Each action or activity is explained and demonstrated and can be re-visited through indexed selectivity.