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You are playing with fire, my friend.

Get yourself a loading manual and read it. You'll need to get some very basic equipment, for sure.

What you're not paying attention to is that when you disassemble it, it's no longer a factory load. You'll put different pellets in there which means that the recipe the factory used is not in effect any more. You also have no idea what powder is in the shell so you can't even determine what is going to happen with the shot you put in there.

AND IT MAY NOT BE SAFE ANY MORE.

In short, you're playing with fire. Literally.

Personally, I like my eyeballs and fingertips where they are.

Seriously, get a loading manual and some basic equipment and learn to do it right.

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Very good. I'm sure you'll be much better off and you'll be more pleased than you ever could be with the OP method!

Keep your eyes peeled for primers and powder. They're getting hard to come by.

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Keep looking. The shotshell reloaders I see in other forums are saying that the primers are hard to come by.

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