save a penny - lose a hand?
For those of you who still pick up range brass, especially revolver and pistol brass I thought I would post this picture of what happened to a really good friend on the 4th of July. He USED TO BE a range brass scavenger until this happened. The picture is of a .357 mag case he scavanged and loaded with a mild practice load. This happened on his first reloading of this case. Luckily he was wearing shooting gloves at the time, as hot gasses went out of the chamber along with a few tiny pieces of brass we found embedded in his glove.[
"If the enemy is in range, so are you." - Infantry Journal