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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by flyover, Feb 28, 2017.
Like a lot of things, if you've not dropped primers or bullets on the floor you've not reloaded.
I've partially dumped my Lee auto prime tray before. About 30 spilled out onto the bench, and about half of those made it to the floor. I wasn't too thrilled, but I eventually found them all. It happens.
I call that the jelly affect. Drop a piece of toast with jelly, it will always land jelly side down.
Yep!!! Same here! Must be in the blood lines of we gun tinkerers????
HOWJA know that happens to me, too???? I think Bill Nye, The Science Guy, Explained that once, years ago. I was so enlightened!
But he experimented with jellied toast. I never did. I just happens sorta on it's own.
True story,,,, right there!!!!!
Except Bill Nye is a moron, at least on climate change "theory".
You can carry 60 plates that had toast back from the living room and never drop one. If you have pasta or something with tomato sauce those plates fall icky side down the first and every time.
If you buy an extra critical part the install will always go perfectly. Buy one critical part and you will break or grind it in half every time.
Have you also noticed anytime you drop something in the car, it always ends up between the seats.
My Hornady powder measure 1/2 loaded with 2400 decided to separate when I went pick it up. Dammit!
...and that "assembly required" project that ends up with a few leftover important looking doodads that seem like they belong somewhere.
That should clean up easily. Gotta match?
Been there,done that
hope you can find your stray primer.
Some of you shouldn't own guns.
this is so true
Thought about running my hand vac but then again IDK.
So far the last primer has been an elusive little SOB! I'm starting to think the spiders made off with it and are going to figure out a way to weaponize it!
Anybody ever drop a 25lb bag of #8 shot??????
There are about 3.7 Trillion bbs to pick up.
When dealing with nitrocellulose static electricity is you friend.