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Old March 10, 2000, 08:31 PM   #10
johnnybravo
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Slymule, I'll bet you'll be okay on this. The real clawhammers in reloading are few and far between. I know a guy locally who managed to blow up (literally) a Ruger and still bragged about it. He still had all his fingers, so I guess he did have bragging rights. He also still has a reloading business. Hmmm...
This is one of the reasons I load my own. I have total control on how the ammo is assembled. That gives me one less thing to worry about in practice or competition. I can also tailor my loads to suit my specific needs. Just something to think about if you ever get into a lot of competition...

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