This guys has a great setup here.
Very nice, Lucky guy/gal.
Needs to finish the ceiling with drywall, I'm still jealous though
Tell you guys a true and somewhat...ok a LOT embarrising story. My brother, who's gona be joining the site pretty soon, is a retired Army Major. Lives down in Sam D's part of Az. Guess i better tell this stroy before bub gets a chance to.
Some years back brother gets into reloading. we were all shooting 1911's at the time. He tells me to swing by with some brass, hes got a bunch of 230 gr. bullets all ready to go.
When i start reloading he says, so you got any questions? (this was my first experiance with reloading mind you) So, be it sibling rivelry, or just stupidity i say "nope bro, got it all together".
Next day we drive out to the desert to fire a few rounds.
I had forgoten the "crimp" part of the procedure, and if you don't think having bullets fall out of a cartridge is funny you havent lived right..
thats funny. but I bet I can top that with this. There was a guy that used to live next door to my uncle that would do some reloading of 12 gauge shells as a trick he just put mostly powder in the shell and gave it to his brother and his bro unkowingly shot it unaware of the trick and it goes off and the gun flies out of his hands and I swear you never heard a man cuss so much in your life! He was using every word he could think of. Thats not the type of language a 11 year old snake should hear. but it was funny.
thats the sorta thing you never forget.. I can imagine the scare the brother had.
Its classic prank around here.
I wish someone would have had a camera to record my expression when those 45 acp's started falling apart. You sorta think you have your act together, then do something dumb like that.. Was funny tho.
Thanks for the info on the double post, yep must have been it... See ya tomorrow dude, getting tired. .. GOT YOUR SIX.. From now on out, guaranted.
nice reloading room