Just spent two hours switching my Dillon 550B over to 38 Super Comp and loaded 90 rounds.
Various Vihtavouri N105 powder charge from 9.8 to 10.6 and two bullet weights, 115gr and 124gr.
Now to look for some time to go to the range with my Chrony to see which load works best.
Heard this a few months ago and been following their progress up till ShotShow 2011 when they announced the public availability of their cold-tracer invention called Trajectory Identification Technology. It looks like a small sticky disc that you attach behind a bullet before you reload it. Here’s how it looks like shipped.
I believe Glow Ammo reacts to the gun powder as it ignites in the chamber and glows, much like a glow stick would. Initially I thought it was heat that activated it, I tried lighting it up with a lighter and it melted instead of glowed.
I recorded a video of my initial experience with it :
Each box comes with 255 stickers and costs around $51 shipped. Can’t wait to take it to the range next!