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Old July 11, 2006, 02:14 PM   #24
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Join Date: July 2, 2006
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1+ on that note. I was just sharing an experience. I like war stories. I think we can all learn from other's experience, and one of theses experiences may keep one of us from killing ourselves. I should have made my point a bit more clear when I brought up the dillon experience. Something gets stuck in the shell plate, plate doesn't turn, you start jacking with it, and before you know it, you just double charged a round. That is what got me double checking my rounds. I also made it a practice to pull the entire rotation and start over whenever I had a foul up. If any of you are using progressive equipment, make this your practice if you don't do it already. IF IN DOUBT, TOSS IT OUT... Bottom line - we all make mistakes, and you have to learn how to avoid them, or at best, keep them minimal.
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