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Old July 24th, 2021, 08:31 PM #2401
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Dealing with stuff that can cause catastrophic failure in your firearms, and injury or death to you and those in close proximity. I treat every step as if my life depends on it.

"Live Free. Practice democracy. Make a difference. Love your family and your country." - H.N.K. (My Dad) 09/02/1924 - 05/11/2012
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Setup my new to me RCBS Charge Master. Great to have friends that keep upgrading.
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Old July 25th, 2021, 08:10 PM #2403
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Setup my new to me RCBS Charge Master. Great to have friends that keep upgrading.
Bought one a while back, and finally got it out of the box, and set-up.

The ONLY thing I DO NOT like about it......... the printed instructions are TOO DANGED SMALL!!!!!!!!!!!

My old eyes need at least 14 pt type. 16 pt is better!!!!!!!

I made a video of the ChargeMaster throwing charges. 17 seconds, to throw 46.5 grains.

I like it!
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Dealing with stuff that can cause catastrophic failure in your firearms, and injury or death to you and those in close proximity. I treat every step as if my life depends on it.

"Live Free. Practice democracy. Make a difference. Love your family and your country." - H.N.K. (My Dad) 09/02/1924 - 05/11/2012
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Bought one a while back, and finally got it out of the box, and set-up.

The ONLY thing I DO NOT like about it......... the printed instructions are TOO DANGED SMALL!!!!!!!!!!!

My old eyes need at least 14 pt type. 16 pt is better!!!!!!!

I made a video of the ChargeMaster throwing charges. 17 seconds, to throw 46.5 grains.

I like it!
LOL, instructions?
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LOL, instructions?
What are "instructions"?
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Old July 25th, 2021, 10:57 PM #2406
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Printed words that are too danged small to read!!!!!!!!
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Dealing with stuff that can cause catastrophic failure in your firearms, and injury or death to you and those in close proximity. I treat every step as if my life depends on it.

"Live Free. Practice democracy. Make a difference. Love your family and your country." - H.N.K. (My Dad) 09/02/1924 - 05/11/2012
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Finished my new reloading center, and can now sit comfortably at it. Also, installed a drawer for storage and I retired the Husky reloading center it is now the gun cleaning station.
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Finished my new reloading center, and can now sit comfortably at it. Also, installed a drawer for storage and I retired the Husky reloading center it is now the gun cleaning station.
Neat reloading benches are a sure sign of mental illness.


This is curable however, now get to it and work for a cure.
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Neat reloading benches are a sure sign of mental illness.


This is curable however, now get to it and work for a cure.
Soooooooooo true!!!!!!

My reloading room/gun room, is also my meager woodshop.

It's also become somewhat of a 'storage room', since I cleaned out my parents' house, after their deaths.

The only photos I'll take in that area, are 'close in, tight shots'.

Can't wait for cooler weather. I'm hauling the vast majority of the stuff to the dump, different charities.
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Dealing with stuff that can cause catastrophic failure in your firearms, and injury or death to you and those in close proximity. I treat every step as if my life depends on it.

"Live Free. Practice democracy. Make a difference. Love your family and your country." - H.N.K. (My Dad) 09/02/1924 - 05/11/2012
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Neat reloading benches are a sure sign of mental illness.


This is curable however, now get to it and work for a cure.
I am the OCD King, I ran out of space in my garage and I have a full wood shop there, a welding area, two jeeps and a Kubota tractor with front end loader and back hoe. Yup everything stowed it it's place too. Half of the basement is now dedicated to reloading, maintenance and leather work.
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