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Old November 4, 2011, 10:11 PM   #5
Charlie_98
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Join Date: August 22, 2011
Location: McKinney, TX
Posts: 288
I had my reloading stuff in the garage for some years here in Dallas, it messed up some of my stuff. I recently moved it to a closet in our upstairs 'craft' room, it's not very big, but it's inside, lighted well, AIR CONDITIONED and HEATED, and I put a lock on the door to keep unwanted visitors out. I still have my single-stage in the garage (along with my shotshell press because of the lead hazard) for resizing rifle brass and whatnot, and the tumbler is right there next to it.

I found I didn't ever reload because it was either 115F or 40F in the garage (with the exception of one week in the spring and one in the fall when it goes from hot to cold... ) but now I probably do something reloading-related at least once a week.
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