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  1. Yes, I think you could with a range of washers of different thicknesses. It might be a bit fiddly to tune. Regards JCS
  2. jcampbellsmith

    Bullet seating pressure gauges

    I found the dial gauge on the K&M press a complete waste of time. Regards JCS
  3. Mark That's spooky, I was just raking around in that ice cream tub of bits this morning. There's one left and it's now got your name on it. Thanks JCS
  4. I had no idea either. Credit is due to YoungSheep. Thanks JCS
  5. Or perhaps one of these? https://www.alanrhone-store.com/product_info.php?cPath=90_136&products_id=835&osCsid=usk05pheeghf499dtg19rlkkp6 Regards JCS
  6. Easily lost. I found a guest's one quite by chance as we climbed back up a hill after an abortive crawl down the hill. I'll stick to a Harris bipod for a while longer. Regards JCS
  7. SOLD. Pulsar XM30 Axion Key Thermal Imager for sale as I’m upgrading.Purchased earlier this year, so 2+ years warranty left.In original box with proof of purchase.Also included is a separately purchased external charger and an additional battery. Photo of thermal £900 ono posted RMSD.ThanksJCS
  8. jcampbellsmith

    Handloading

    I agree. Although I use technology at every opportunity, my reloading consists of a number of notebooks and sticky labels on the ammunition boxes. I do use Excel for analysing Silver Mountain Target data and Magnetospeed data. Regards JCS
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    Reloading

    Despite being very keen on technology, I find a notepad hard to beat for documentation. To complement the notepad, I store my brass in batches of 50 and label each box with a letter. I try and keep the batch of brass together for its life. Regards JCS
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