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Old 01-06-2013, 05:14 PM   #71
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I agree it really doesn't take much room to reload, but personally I wouldn't in an apartment. I don't think the neighbors would understand that primer accidentally going off?
To heck with them. So what if they drop their bong when startled? Not your problem.
Oh, and just how common is it to set off primers? I've crushed a few with the hand seating tool, but I've never set one off.
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Why on earth would anyone be restricted to only one caliber.

I have .223 .22-250 .243 .30M1 .30-30 .30-40 .30-06 in rifles

And will soon be adding .35 Whelen
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