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reloading precautions


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I'm not posting this to scare anyone, just to remind us that there is always the potential for injury when reloading. I think that most of us (especially me) have become complacent after loading for a long time without ever having a serious problem, which we all hope never DOES happen. Maybe this thread will instill a little respect among the members that are loading.



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I have my glass's made with safety glass not only for work , but for shooting & reloading . Safety glass's are a must for both endeavors.

I have only used the primer pick up tube for my Dillon once ,just to see how it worked .

I use a Lee hand primer for a lot of reasons & now I have one more .

Static elect. seems like a plausible reason , but its too easy to put a lot of pressure on the primer stack in that pick up tube , if one is not moving easily when filling it .

Its one thing I don't like about the Dillon & why I don't use it .

This is an odd Kaboom story. May never know what really happened.

Good post ,Jgun.

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