Isn't that true of cats in general?I have found Maine Coons generally avoid anything like work.
I built my reloading bench a couple months before the press arrived so I am cleaning the clutter that accumulated on the bench. Getting my pegboard organized to hold all the bits and bobs. Then weld up a rock solid riser for my new press and mount it.
Once I get all that done I kinda have a wild hair across my behind to load some 7.62 x 39 for the AK and see what kinda groups the rifle will actually shoot.
Us older reloaders have to ... Press OnI guess whats waiting on me is to finish getting my new room set up and everything unpacked. My MS limits my stamina and I can't stand for long periods of time anymore and have had to wait on help to assemble the new table, table top, shelves ect. But its coming together.............
I retired in 2015 and pretty much had everything caught up until we moved. Ammo loaded, enough bullets cast and lubed to load that brass again, brass stash deprimed sorted and polished, ect ect. Before retirement I had a very demanding job. I usually loaded my hunting ammo 2 nights before I left for camp. I loaded my match ammo the night before the match, missed some matches due to unexpected callouts, ect.
I just got all my components together and aside from research, haven't started anything yet.
I expect it to be a fun "rabbit hole" to explore!
70 .243 prepped cases ready for primers, but I just discovered that my Lyman easy hand primer tool is out of whack.
Let me explain: The tool does not seat the primers all the way down, and I have used 3 different shell holders. I have used it to prime some 200 rounds with it since I bought it. I want to think that Lyman will honor their warranty to their products, but I could be SOL.
So, for now, my reloading is on stand-by.
The target that you will engage will not ask how expensive or cheap your rifle is/was, well, unless you miss!UltimateReloader on YouTube has a couple videos on his channel loading 7.62x39.
I’ll be loading for a WASR 10, I know I know the cheapest of the cheap. But I bought it when .22LR was impossible to find and steel case 7.62x39 was plentiful.
Slow and steady, man. Trust me. Rushing a foot injury/recovery is how I ended up with my "interesting" gate.Later today I will have about 200 9mm and 100 .357s to get cleaned up and start the process on them again.
Son's coming to take me to the range again. Walking better now but don't have enough strength in my right foot to push the brake and be able to stop.
It's coming though.
I need to get some pass it forward things ready to go also. I've been sitting on them for to long.
I learned the hard way not to let the dogs around when reloading. They'll try to eat anything that hits the floor.