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I got a new Lee load-all in 20 gage to go with my 12 gage Lee

But it was about 95 degrees in my Texas garage at 5AM this morning.

So I had some lumber and 2 5in C clamps from Harbor Freight and

mounted both Load All"s to a couple of 1x6 about a foot long and mounted them to

the Kitchen table!I made 4 boxs before my wife got out of bed and

staggered in for here first cup of Joe.All she said was I hope you clean that up

before Breakfast!When she came back for her second cup all was put back in the Garage

and now she informed me "I" needed to make her some breakfast!OK Got off light this time ;)

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Well there Diablo Slim, The old saying goes " Can't live with them, Can't live without them! Mercy, Mercy, Mercy!!!!

 

Have a great day:

Jackrabbit #414

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Try spillin' a few grains of BP in the carpeting and see how light you get off! On second thought... don't!

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I did sweep the kitchen floor to round up some loose shot!

Slim, glad you admitted it! You would have been in deep doo-doo if you didn't clean up them little 'rolling skates'

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My Loading Bench

 

I have always loaded in a limited space, so I bolted everything to a folding sawhorse, so can go where i want to..

you should spill some #8 shot on a wood floor...man they go everywhere...ha

 

good loadin

curley

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Guest diablo slim shootist

My Loading Bench

 

I have always loaded in a limited space, so I bolted everything to a folding sawhorse, so can go where i want to..

you should spill some #8 shot on a wood floor...man they go everywhere...ha

 

good loadin

curley

The maskin tape on the spent primer slot is a nice touch Curley ;)
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I let my man have an air conditioner in his Man Cave/Loading Room. But for some reason he still insists on cleaning the guns in the middle of the kitchen.

Seeing how he cleans my guns for me....all I say as I try to get around him to cook supper is "thank you Honey"

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The maskin tape on the spent primer slot is a nice touch Curley ;)

 

 

Thanks, it is a shade tree fix to keep primers falling out when I move it.

 

(I keep sayin I am gonna drill a hole in the bottom, and let them fall into a little hanging bucket..) Heck, I might just do that this week..

 

curley

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