Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Hornady Reloading Today

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posted on May 30, 2018
After many years as an ammunition company, Hornady started getting into the reloading business in 1972-73 after buying Pacific Tool—one of the oldest manufacturers of reloading equipment. This week American Rifleman TV heads to Hornady to look at reloading today. Joe Kurtenbach speaks with a technical representative from the company and goes over what tools and items a person needs in order to start reloading ammunition. Watch the video for an introduction to reloading and catch the full episode on the Outdoor Channel to see how to reload 6.5 Creedmoor cartridges.







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