1. Just like shooting…

    And like shooting it can provide an additional source of hours of enjoyment and various economic benefits, but like shooting it also requires intelligence, knowledge, adherence to certain safety rules and disclipline.

    All The Best,
    Frank W. James

    1. 100% agree. Like shooting, reloading is not for everyone, which is why I always caution people to be sure that they have the time AND patience to do it right.

  2. A great gun is one that fails predictably, even when tremendous amounts of stupidity are applied. It could have been much worse.

    Other than that, it’s time for shooter to sell all his gear.

    Reloading is inherently dangerous, but intentionally discharging questionable loads even more so, as is repeatedly ramming the bolt handle, full-force on a live round, when it obviously doesn’t fit.

    Sorry, but I’m not going to let hand loading take one for the team. My press has one lever. Anyone who finds that number of controls bewildering has no business operating a more complicated machine like a rifle or a car.

  3. Reloading Being a dumbass is an inherently dangerous activity.

    Hammering on the bolt handle to seat a round is stupid. Doing it repeatedly is insane.

    Assuming that the range officer’s story is the correct one.

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