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The Titan Crew hopes you all have a Great Thanksgiving. Our family get together has been complete ever since our son came home from the Marine Corps. Our prayers always include those not able to be home due to service of our country and also for all the families with an empty chair during the Holidays. We owe them a debt we can never repay, THANK YOU.
We wish all of you a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR. May you find in this season the Peace that you remember from years gone by, to preserve it forever.
We are happy to announce our new relationship with the Hornady Manufacturing Company. Hornady has been a recognized name in reloading components and equipment for many years and we will now be able to offer all their products to you. Watch our website www.titanreloading.com as we grow our inventory of Hornady products.
We are truly enjoying all the friends we have made through Titan Reloading and look forward to many more. Feel free to contact us. When possible, please email us rather than call. Due to our limited phone system and staff we are able to respond to your questions quicker via email. Please include your full name or order ID number with any order inquiries. Service and Support is our top priority. As always, you will find many answers to questions in the "FAQ" and "Help Videos" areas of our website www.titanreloading.com . Check us out on Facebook and YouTube.
Dennis / Titan Reloading
Black Friday / Cyber Monday Sale
Sale runs from 11-25-19 to 12-2-19.
Get 10% off all reloading presses EXCEPT
the MEC 9000E and 9000HN.
Use coupon code BFCM
Add the press you want to buy into our
website shopping cart.
Then go to 'VIEW CART' rather than 'Checkout'
to use the coupon code.
Back-ordering out of stock presses is RECOMMENDED,
We receive more presses weekly.
Back-orders are filled in the order they are received.
NOTE: This coupon code cannot be combined with
any other coupon code or Loyalty Discount.
INSIGHT OF THE MONTH:
Safety Tips for Reloading Ammunition
Reloading ammunition is fairly easy and requires no special skills or advanced knowledge. Using top quality materials from Titan Reloading will help the process go smoothly and enable you to save money over time by reloading your own ammo.The following are safety tips designed to help you stay safe and continue reloading ammunition for years to come.
Regular prescription glasses will not completely protect your eyes from an accidental primer explosion or other debris. Proper safety glasses have side shields and an apron. They come in prescription and non-prescription styles, as well as models that fit over standard glasses. Safety glasses are necessary for anyone in the room during the process of loading primers in casings.
Keep Reloading Space Clean
Start the reloading process with a clean counter and bench area. Organize components and gears, and keep only the materials needed in each step on the bench. It is crucial to property label containers to avoid accidentally mixing the wrong materials.
Take Your Time, Avoid Distractions
Reloading your own ammunition is a time-consuming task that needs your complete and undivided attention. Rushing the process will lead to costly and dangerous results. Work on your reloading only when you have enough time to do it properly at your pace. Turn off the television, put away your phone, and get down to business in peace and quiet. Never attempt to reload ammunition when you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Keep Primers, Powder Away from Heat Source
Powder and primer are to be kept clear of heat sources and electrical power, and there is no smoking allowed in the area. Extra care needs to be taken when handling the canister tubes, which could explode if dropped.
There are scales on the market for all kinds of uses and applications. Reloading scales are specifically designed for weighing and reading of materials in the reloading process. Kitchen or postage scales are not calibrated to measure the kinds of materials with the precision necessary for reloading ammo.
Before weighing powder, make sure the reloading scale is free of dust and other debris that will alter the accuracy of the weigh.
Avoiding Lead Exposure
Excessive exposure to lead is hazardous to your health. Steps need to be taken to avoid unnecessary exposure to the metallic lead elements used in reloading ammunition.
- Wash hands after handling ammunition materials
- Avoid eating or drinking
- Do not touch your face
- Ensure proper ventilation and avoid inhaling reloading room dust
- Use a face mask when cleaning up and emptying cases
- Avoid reloading in carpeted areas, as carpet collects lead particles and results in potentially damaging static electricity
Use a Manual, Keep Records
Reloading manuals provide specific instructions for caliber recipes. It is essential to follow instructions to the letter. Keep the manual open to the cartridge type and size you are reloading for easy reference throughout the process.
Titan Reloading is dedicated to helping novice and veteran shooting enthusiasts safely and properly reload their own ammunition every time. A wide range of safety and procedural videos, and additional instructional information is available at TitanReloading.com, as well as the best prices for quality reloading supplies and equipment.
Titan Reloading 994 W. Sumner St., Hartford, WI 53027 1-262-397-8819
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