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Old August 6, 2012, 11:51 AM   #23
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I'm one of those that learned quite early, to put the tools/equipment away when you're done with them. Take care of your tools and they'll take care of you. Just good work ethic. This has carried over to my reloading; put powder back in it's container and return it to it's shelf, primers go back into their tray and back into their storage box, scale goes back into it's box and back into the cupboard, press cleaned and covered, and hand tools go back to their hanger on the wall, every time they are used, then lights out. Never have to hunt for a tool, I know where all my components are, and I know the condition of my tools/equipment/supplies...
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