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I don't see why or how anybody could reload .22LR, with as cheap and plentiful as it is. You would't be able to reuse the brass, I wouldn't think.

I like the old Remington HP that's about $10 for a box of 525, and I've had good luck with PMC Sidewinders.
 

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Yeah, those sidewinders have a funny smell to them. I didn't have any problems with them because my .22 rifle is a bolt action. Every rifle likes something different. You asked, so I told.
 

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You can try if you want to. Let me know when you go to the range to try it out so I can be as far away as possible. Have fun reloading the -06, though. That is definately a practical application of reloading.
 

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I second UD on this one. Save the everclear for killing brain cells. Screwing with the primers and powders is bad mojo. The brass is very thin and weak, which wouldn't lead to good reloading. Just find the ammo that works best for you and stick with it.
 
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