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How to take the work out of reloading

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by M67, May 25, 2003.

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  1. M67

    M67 Member

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    Follow these three easy steps and you too can spend more time at the range with less effort at the reloading bench:

    1) Make sure you have plenty of empty brass, bullets, powder, primers. Stock up if you're low. (I just bought 15,000 primers.)

    2) Then you need a newly retired father who doesn't know what to do with all his free time.

    3) Introduce no. 1 and no. 2 to each other, preferably in such a way that no. 2 thinks it was his idea in the first place.


    Safety notice: Don't try this at home unless the old man actually knows how to reload.

    :D
     
  2. Arub

    Arub Member

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    Would not recommend it with an in-law either.
     
  3. swifter

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    Its work??? :D :D :D
    Tom
     
  4. FAL_Freak

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    I've tried this. My pa doesn't want anything to do with reloading. :(

    Oh well, I'm more of a do-it-yeselfer anyway. :p
     
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