Way back in time when Dinosaurs ruled the earth,,, My grandfather gave me an old S&W .38 pre-model 10 revolver. He also gave me a Lee Loader and all the stuff I needed for it. Even though ammo was cheap enough back then,,, It was still cheaper to reload my own. Grandpa took me to he local army surplus store and showed me what to buy,,, I really had no idea what I was doing but I followed his instructions,,, I reloaded that same 100 rounds of brass countless times,,, And never blew myself up. I would pedal my bike to the "creek" and shoot up a bunch of tin cans,,, Then come home, get my stuff out of the closet,,, Turn on the TV and reload all my empties. Anyways, fast forward to the early 2000's and I got back into shooting,,, I bought the same Lee Loaders (Whack-a-Mole loaders) as I had before. Then discovered that I had absolutely no interest in reloading. So the stuff just sat in a box for the next 15 or so years. So last night I gathered up all the equipment and boxed it all up,,, Today I gave it to a poor-but-honest college boy I work with. So he got three Lee Loaders, .38 Special, .357 Magnum, & .44 Magnum,,, Several hundred once fired brass for those three cartridges,,, A Lee Auto-Prime, three cartridge specific manuals,,, A inertial bullet puller and a few other things. Ya shoulda seen the look on his face,,, It was very satisfying. Now all I have to do is remember where I stashed several hundred bullets and primers,,, They are lost somewhere in the jungles of my storage rooms. Aarond .