About Reloading All Day
Reloading all day was started in 2014 with the reloading hobbyist in mind. As a new handloader, I could never find enough information on one website covering everything I needed to know. Reloading classes were almost non-existent in my area or were too much money to attend. Moreover, by dealing with these problems at the beginning, I took the plunge by creating this reloading blog. Our team is dedicated to bring you non-biased, factual information about the different gear that one might acquire in their lifetime. We also have some of the best handloading professionals in the community to help with any questions you might have.
By educating new reloaders, it accomplishes our mission by passing on the art of handloading to future generations. It brings us joy knowing that we have helped so many people in the community with handloading and hope that you think of us if you need any assistance with making your own ammo or have questions about certain reloading gear.
Blake has been writing reloading articles for four years and helping out within the community to further enhance reloading education. In his free time, he works within the community to help out new hand-loaders by helping them with the many variables that come with this wonderful hobby. His passion is solely based on helping others so that they may pass on that information to future generations, keeping the art of hand-loading alive.
Full-time Job as of December, 2020 after completing a BSBA in Supply Chain Analytics from UMSL, is Logistics specialist for Shooters World Powders.
Lou has competed in the Precision Rifle and National Rifle Series matches for the last 5 years. He has competed in a finale each of the last two years. Lou is a mechanical engineer and enjoys applying his engineering skills and love for spreadsheets towards shooting sports and reloading for accuracy.
Lou wants to use his knowledge of math, statistics, and application of DOE (AKA; finding your own truths) to isolate variables and find out just how much consistency really affects accuracy.
Lou currently reloads for 6 Dasher, 6.5x47, 7 Rem Mag, 7 SAUM, and 308 Win. Lou has competed in several NightForce ELR matches in WY and placed 7th in 2020. He's currently in the process of building a 7x300NM-AI wildcat and hopes to compete with it in 2021.
Dan is a young mechanical engineer from the cold white north (Minnesota) where the only two seasons are winter and road construction. Like Lou, he approaches reloading from a technical perspective, trying to understand the root causes behind the unintuitive emergent behaviors that have become entrenched in old wives' tales and fudd lore. Metalworking, polymer chemistry, fluid dynamics, tribology, and experiment design are his favorite aspects of precision reloading.
However, unlike Blake and Lou, he is a relative newcomer to recreational shooting and reloading, and doesn't shoot long range (yet). He likes to focus on lower-budget reloading options, lead boolit casting, and how to use best practices to squeeze good performance from basic hardware. These days he's usually reading and experimenting to become a guru of straight-wall revolver cartridges.
Dusty is active duty United States Air Force, working logistics on heavy aircraft since 2011. He has been reloading for 4 years, and mostly shooting long range. What got Dusty in to hand loading was a factory ammo issue attempting a mile, since then he has not only gotten himself to a mile more than once but has also gotten others beyond their limits. He goes about reloading with a common sense attitude by testing and verifying after research. Dusty doesn't venture alone in the shooting world and is accompanied often times by his wife who is somewhat new to the long range scene.