how a reloading machine works for ammunition
We often want our ammunition to provide the best performance you will need. That’s why our reloading machines were designed to have unique features so that we will always end up with a highly durable product.
5 Steps of an Accurate Process in Reloading Ammunition
*Safety first: Reloader is required to put an eye protector, mask and gloves while operating. Rico is an expert reloader that has been working with us for 14 years.
1. Load the canister with the empty ammunition shells. (Resize to its original shape while depriming at the same time)
2. Powder check station
3. Push the lever to place the new primer. As you pull the handle it gets the right amount of powder.
4. Move to where you seat the bullet manually.
5. The last station crimp’s the bullet and finally ejects to the finished bullets tray.
Sometimes colloquially, also known as "cop killer bullets", are bullets that have been covered with a coating of polytetrafluoroethylene
*Our available Teflon reloads are in calibers 9mm, 40, 45, 357 and 38 special only.
(P7.50 per round)
You can purchase up to 50 rounds of ammunition. Please be aware, to complete this transaction, you need to submit your LTOPF and FA registration to show proof you can own this kind of ammunition. Please contact us to purchase ammunition.
J&J Ammo boxes
You may also purchase the J&J Ammo boxes from us. These Ammo cases are specifically designed for ammunition. J & J Products is an ammunition case manufacturer with over 35 years of thermoplastic injection molding experience. Made in the U.S.A.
Also Available: Bullseye 9mm FMJ / 50 rounds per box
A full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet that is produced here at P.B.Dionisio & Co. It Consists of a soft core (often lead) encased in an outer shell ("jacket") of harder metal, such as gilding metal, cupronickel, or, less commonly, a steel alloy.
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