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Old June 12, 2005, 10:38 PM   #12
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An experienced person available to the beginning reloader is, I agree, an invaluable resource. I've "turned on" a few people myself: Come on over, we'll work on my equipment, I'll give you a recipie, and you can make some shootable ammo. It's usually all downhill from there for the new reloader.

I guess my assumption was that Tork doesn't have anybody local to ask, or he wouldn't be asking on the I'net.
Whole world is local to the net, and Tork has hundreds of people to ask. Take longer than an hour, but with the essentials on hand, it could be done in an evening.

Let's try just helping the next newbie instead of setting up hurdles.

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