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Reloading goes quicker if you have one of these..........

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by SodaPop, Aug 16, 2003.

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  1. SodaPop

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    A 10yr old nephew that sorts and trims brass.:D I'm also teaching him to use a caliper, but I gotta watch over his shoulder a little while.

    Where can I get a bomb squad suit so I can get him started on priming brass?
     
  2. Dave R

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    Kid'll prolly be winning shooting competitions when he's 12. Or sooner.
     
  3. clown714

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    :D can't wait till my nephew is a little older:D

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  4. C.R.Sam

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    Outstanding.
    Hope he doesn't object to wearin eye protection.

    Sam
     
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    I've never set off a primer by accident. I wonder how many other people haven't.
     
  6. Zero

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    And Gloves of some sort!

    Lead exposure is especially dangerous in children. If he's handling fired brass, chances are he's getting a good dose of lead exposure. Get him some latex gloves or something.
     
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