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I got a whiff of two things today that make me smile.
One for many years-the smell of fired shotgun shell hulls.
The other is a newer smell.
Walking in the garage and smelling melting lead in the production pot.

I probably shouldn't have eaten paint chips as a kid.
 

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No, I think if you were to pour out a couple thousand just tumbled .45 casings out onto your workbench and roll around in them only wearing your Superman underoos you might be considered freaky. :whistling:
 

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No, I think if you were to pour out a couple thousand just tumbled .45 casings out onto your workbench and roll around in them only wearing your Superman underoos you might be considered freaky. :whistling:
Oh ummm.....:embarassed:
 

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Melting lead stinks. I find the need to wash away its smell with some barley and hops.
 

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I love the smell of fired 22lr, shotgun shells, and 45lc casings that were loaded with Unique.

Has anyone seen the government used brass sales where you can get dumptruck loads of 9mm, 223, or 50cal casings. I thought of getting a few truck loads and making a giant jump-house/ball pit (like they have for kids at indoor playgrounds) but with shell casings (for men to use).
 

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I love the smell of fired .357 magnims with w296 or h110, I actually wiff the cases before I put them in the holder for the box. Or when you cut the grass and hit a spot of mint. YUM.
 

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I love the smell of napalm in the morning!!!!!!
Actually anything that has to do with guns has a nice smell.
 
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