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Old February 5, 2001, 08:22 PM   #3
Mal H
Join Date: March 20, 1999
Location: Somewhere in the woods of Northern Virginia
Posts: 15,450
I can only think of a few problems that might result from reloading on a carpet.

If you drop any primers, they may be hard to find depending on the type of rug. However, do not try to find them with a vaccuum cleaner.

If your carpet does cause noticable static, you're going to have a problem with electronic scales if you use one. Static seems to make them go crazy as you approach the pan if there is a static buildup on your body. Also, static can cause powder to tend to stick to scoops, funnels, the side of powder measures, etc. A humidifier in the room should help quite a bit.

Unless you spill a lot, some spilled powder shouldn't be a problem.
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