Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by JEB, Sep 30, 2017.
Not to speak for the OP but that's an old can from back in the DuPont days. It's old lol.
like ArchAngelCD said, its old lol. buddy of mine bought all the reloading supplies from a widow whos late husband had a lot of equipment. my buddy gave me a few things he didnt need which included this can of powder. i lucked out because it was mostly full and still looks/smells fresh.
I have the same press, mounted in the same type of room, same corner...... loading up 6.5x55se for deer season.
im the same way. I limited myself to 4ft long, partly due to space limitations, and also to force myself to not allow as much clutter. i know my habits though...i will slowly let it get more and more messy and eventually clean it all up. and the cycle will repeat itself. my own little brand of controlled chaos lol.
Mine looks like someone emptied a few junk draws on it
Very nice, yes if you can attach to the wall. If that is drywall, find a stud and lag bolt or even very large screws will add even more rigidity.
You need to mess it it up some now,
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