Have you bought a chrono yet? Its good to know what speed you are getting out of various powders, primers, OAL's and bullet weight combinations. Can save you powder, and if you are like me and you start running a lot of sub sonic ammunition it can help you run the ragged edge of going subsonic and still have some really stable & quiet rounds(this of course can change with temp and altitude). A case gauge is a good investment if you haven't picked one up yet. If you don't have a case gauge you can use the barrel(if you use semi auto pistol) or the cylinder(revolver) of your host weapon in the meantime. This can keep you from having too large an OAL and you will know quickly if there are any issues with the case you didnt spot.
Last edited by WayWestJeep; 04-20-2018 at 03:53 AM.