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Label Maker to Keep Your Reloading Stuff Organized!

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by dsm, Mar 20, 2013.

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  1. dsm

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  3. MikeOBWan

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    I just print out mailing lables with the appropriate info on them. I can get my entire load recipe on the box front..
     
  4. Belmont148

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    Funny you posted this. I was just eyeing my wifes that she had sitting on her desk last night.
     
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    Yes label makers are very very handy around the reloading bench, trapping shed, and tool box. Easy to grab-and-go with the ammo.
     
  6. rondog

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    Modern labelmakers are wonderful inventions! The Brother P-Touch's are hard to beat. But I also use Avery removable labels for ammo boxes and ammo cans and print them on my PC. Some I make with all the load data, some I make with blank areas so I can write the data. But I'll also use a labelmaker for lots of things as well.

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  7. leadchucker

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    All my reloaded ammo is stored in factory ammo boxes rescued from the trash cans at the ranges, all appropriately re-labled with my trusty Dymo.
     
  8. ngnrd

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    Labels are good. Depending on what I need a label for, I use either a label maker or Avery labels printed on the computer.
     
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    i use the Dymo and the Brothers equal to make "permanent" labels around the reloading room and the shop.

    For ammunition, I am currently using the Post-It removable ID labels with reloading info printed on them.
     
  10. Blackrock

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    Yep got me a DYMO label maker and use it a;; over my reloading room labeling aeverything in sight.
     
  11. MI2600

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    I use a Dymo. I label the top and end of my ammo boxes so no matter how they're stacked with other calibers each caliber is visible.
     
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    Yup I've been using labels for a long time. Not sure what brand it is, but its neater than my sloppy writing. Post-it notes are another nice invention. I also keep a desktop stapler near my bench, mighty handy to staple a chronograph tape to a target for my records. Lightman
     
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    And I thought I was so clever for pulling out the dry erase markers and rubbermaid bins. :)
     
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