It,s a mystery to me as to how it gets so conjested in there.I carry a lot out and not much back in,and still it just keeps stacking up.I believe my wife is stacking things in there just to make me miserable. sam.
I usually keep it cleaner when I'm throwing powder and stuffing bullets. I was mainly working with brass, separating, cleaning, some depriming etc. I dug up 100 Federal Nickel plated .45's I'm going to top off with some Berry's 200 grain HP's. I don't know how they will shoot but will be pretty. In the mean time, I'll most likely clean up that mess.
Hey Jerry, you gotta be hiding somewhere under all that re-loading stuff! I spotted your Local Shirt and as a Nam Vet and retiree, knew right away what you were! I got a long list of relatives either in or out of the Military of various branches, including three of my brothers which I am happy to say all returned. I do enjoy my re-loading. 366 TFW Gunfighters
Looks like work in progress to me. Hell, I spread out of the gunroom into the shop, and now have a bigger mess to clean when I get around to it. When my partner 'smith comes over, it really gets cluttered, and guess who gets to clean up the mess? Oh well, he's 63, a bit senior to me, so no big deal. But yes, this reminded me, gotta get them presses going myself. Getting low on the good stuff. And A.H., if you're close to me(tri-state junction), come up and learn how to make some good shooting material. Handloads are always more accurate, it takes the machine out of the equation.Scotty
Hey, got a question, how do you put them pitchers on there? Scotty
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