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2 hours ago, Waimea said:

I wear a mask (when I remember) when TOing because I believe that a lot of the lead in my blood came from breathing while running the timer. I rarely breathe while shooting so not an issue.

 

The pandemic is just an extra bonus for mask wearers and other assorted Outlaws.

 

Waimea

 

A cloth or paper mask does little or nothing when trying to filter lead fumes. You need a respirator for that!

 

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If your mother requested you as the TO to wear a mask during her course of fire would you accommodated your mother

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17 minutes ago, Wyatt said:

If your mother requested you as the TO to wear a mask during her course of fire would you accommodated your mother

LOL.  No, I would have a heart attack, then suggest she see a psychiatrist, since clearly a pod person has taken over her body.

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13 hours ago, Ace_of_Hearts said:

A cloth or paper mask does little or nothing when trying to filter lead fumes. You need a respirator for that!

 

Not trying to filter lead fumes.

GSR is dust.

 

I am not a physician or anybody that's real smart. If I was I probably wouldn't be casting bullets for money.

I've done a fair amount of research and a recurring theme seems to point to a couple of things I can do better at the shop and TOing.

So I've decided to wear a mask while TOing to help me from breathing gun shot residue due to lead in primers.

 

Waimea

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Gunshot residue is not dust. The lead stibnite is an explosive and it generates lead fumes.

 

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