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The following is a press release from American Gunsmithing Institute

American Gunsmithing Institute (AGI), producers of the most authoritative Gunsmithing DVD courses, is pleased to offer gunsmiths and students its new “Reloading from A to Z” DVD course taught by renowned cartridge designer, gunsmith and AGI Instructor Fred Zeglin. The course is a “how-to” step-by-step course of instruction on the manufacture of superior ammunition.

“We created this course for gun guys and gunsmiths that want to learn the secrets behind making extremely precise, accurate precision loads. I think people are really going to be blown away by all the information in this course and the simple and easy to understand way that it’s presented,” said Gene Kelly, president of AGI.

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Students will learn how to make hand loaded ammunition tailored specifically to their needs. This course is far more in-depth than any other reloading course on the market. Zeglin begins this course by addressing reloading from its most basic fundamentals. This allows the new reloader to begin the process almost immediately and with confidence and safety.  He goes further and introduces you to popular tools offered by numerous manufacturers that increase the speed and quality of the reloading process. He also covers casting bullet techniques and advanced precision reloading for long range shooting.

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Many reloaders never learn the reasons behind why reloading operations need to be performed in a certain way. In this course Zeglin shows, from the gunsmith’s perspective, what happens to a round when it is fired and helps students understand the secrets behind the reloading process. This information makes for a well-informed reloader and if you’re a gunsmith, aids in diagnosing problems with client’s reloads and guns.

Accuracy is always the name of the game for any shooter. Zeglin talks about what makes for an accurate reload and shares simple tricks that saves many hours of trial and error at the reloading bench and range and of course… saves money on components.

IN THIS COURSE THE STUDENT WILL LEARN:
  • History of reloading
  • Choosing components
  • Using reloading tools
  • What is really happening to the brass case
  • How to make a load plan
  • Use of the Lee loader
  • Basic case preparation
  • Case trimming and lubrication
  • Step-by-step reloading of rifle cases and pistol cases on a single stage press
  • To crimp or not to crimp – dies and bullets
  • Use of a multistage presses
  • Priming tools and correct seating of primers
  • Manual and electronic powder meters, as well as powder scales
  • Introduction to progressive reloading
  • Step-by-step bullet casting

Any reloader, whether novice, intermediate or experienced, will benefit from this course and its clear explanations of the how’s and why’s of reloading. It will enable the student to make smart choices, both in purchasing tools and in producing safe, quality ammunition with them.

This is an AGI certified course with testing and certification. The nonmember price is $497. The GCA Silver Price is $397.60. The pre-sale special price is $297. Call 1-800- 797-0867 to order the course.

About American Gunsmithing Institute:

American Gunsmithing Institute offers complete Certified Professional Gunsmithing Courses and a variety of affordable DVD gunsmithing courses that can be viewed in the comfort of one’s home and at one’s leisure. Unlike traditional schooling, the DVD’s are 100 percent instruction and can be played over and over again for reinforcement. AGI instructors are all working Master Gunsmiths who provide our students the highest quality instruction available. Visit AGI at www.americangunsmith.com to download their free course catalog and find out more about the Professional Gunsmith Course as well as other affordable courses.

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