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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by njl, Sep 26, 2012.
And more stuff:
Hunting pictures. Bullet sell sheets from Hornady, Speer & Sierra. Burn rate charts for powders. Couple sets of Deer horns, couple family shots and couple fishing pictures.
Ammunition from great grandpa's WW1 1911, 1917 and 1918 manufacture. As well as a radio.
Charts and data
WOW, that's neat and organize right there, very nice.
mine is mostly manuals, refererance materials, tools, and clutter.
I'm in my unfinished basement so I don't really have walls yet. But I do have a Gadsden flag hanging from a support beam not too far away from my bench.
Platinum record for REM's Document album.
I do not have a dedicated reloading room just a space I commandeered at one end of the wood-shop, so mostly a shelf unit with components and lots of other misc. junk.
Hey I saw a Larry the Cucumber! Or Larry Boy in that outfit.
Nothing fancy but all I have the option for while we are house shopping.
After seeing some of these other pictures, I realize I don't have near enough bullets/brass/primers.
You can never have enough. Unless you are treading water...
I spent some money with Sierra this summer.