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Discussion in 'Reloading' started by flyover, Feb 28, 2017.
OH NO!!!! I meant my post to clarify that NYE has always been and always be a moron.
Don'tcha mean some of us Reloaders???
Get out the wet vac. Or did you do that first?
Just make sure there are no sparks and if possible use a long plastic extension. One of the handiest Wet Vacs I ever bought was a 2.5 gallon. I use it for sucking water out of toilet bowls when I have to turn em over. Sucked Gasoline out of a snow blower,,,, ONCE!* Plus many other quick fixes. Like small drains and such
** The Gas suction went fine but now every time I use it the smell of gasoline is everywhere around me and in my clothing.
I have spilled a few primers and launch the spring from my 1911 across the room. No one is perfect, not even me. lol
YES!!!!!primers are a breeze... Shot has legs...!
Well, you do collect more dust bunnies that way!
The dogs would take care of anything hitting the floor except most veggies! LOL
Boy am I glad I am not that stupid.
I've only been reloading for 2 years or so with a Dillon 550B but
a. When I first started I didn't bother using the pin in the primer pickup tube to dispense the primers into the tube on the machine. Held them inplace with my finger, placed the pickup tube, pulled finger, primers dropped nicely, good deal until some of them came out flipped.
b. I have all of my die sets on tool heads but still have to move the powder dispenser when I change calibers. Somehow or other I always manage to cycle the powder bar at least once doing this despite all of the advance warnings I give myself. I swear that thing moves on it's own.
Agreed. Nye is too far to the Left for me.