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OK - Reloading Workout?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Rustynuts, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. Rustynuts

    Rustynuts Member

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    Who's right arm is bigger than the left after all this reloading? :D
     
  2. The Bushmaster

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    What?!!? You can't switch off??
     
  3. JohnMcD348

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    I'm a switcher. It just depends on which hand is closer to the lever when I'm pulling
     
  4. Rustynuts

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    Mines pretty tight to a wall on the right, plus isn't it harder to look at the powder that way? It would be with my Loadmaster at least.
     
  5. evan price

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    Wife was home sick for 4 days... day care and school closed due to ice storm... So I had a sick wife, a precocious 2-y-o boy (Who has figured out how to open the desk drawers and likes markers) and an inquisitive 5-y-o girl (Who is so cute it hurts, especially when she wants something) to take care of. Between taking care of all of them and trying not to get sick myself I chucked out 1200 rounds of 45 acp. That's enough to fill two .30-cal cans.

    Anyone know how to get Sharpie marker off of a IBM ThinkPad keyboard without ruining it? How about off a desk, chair, and linoleum?

    And then I got sick anyway. ugggg...
     
  6. Corner Pocket

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    Evan, sounds like you've got plenty to keep you hopping there. :D I hope that the family sickness has abated and that you are all on the road to recovery.

    It seems like I read somewhere that hair spray can be used to remove those marks. You might try some on a cloth and put it on just a small area to test it out...

    Corner Pocket
     
  7. Sport45

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    Denatured alcohol is great for getting sharpie and magic marker from non-porous surfaces. Rubbing alcohol probably works too. The ink is alcohol based.

    My mom would say to take chicken soup for the other problem...
     
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    any kind of ethanol/methanol will take off sharpie. I've used wild turkey 101 before on a cotton ball, it did the job.

    Not sure if you all know this, but you can switch a lee press to left or right handed, but they come out of the box as right handed. I'm a lefty but I keep it righty anyhow, as my left hand is doing all the intricate stuff on my turret press.
     
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