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Old 04-08-2011, 03:13 PM   #11
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Do they need more than one? or any other equipment like that?
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I never would have thought of that one, but that would have to be more interesting for the firearms enthusiasts.

I wonder if there is a good imitation powder they could sub for the gunpowder, cornmeal or something, just another step for them.
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Do they need more than one? or any other equipment like that?
not sure yet. they only have table space for one loader at a time tho.

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I never would have thought of that one, but that would have to be more interesting for the firearms enthusiasts.

I wonder if there is a good imitation powder they could sub for the gunpowder, cornmeal or something, just another step for them.
it was a surprise to me too. they are only going to be using it to put the case in the shellholder bullet on top work the press and remove the bullet. as she explained to me its a proccess that builds manul dexterity since in head injury people often lose fine muscle control or lose use of their fingers thru disuse. things that involve movements like manipulating small items helps people recover many orders of magnitude faster. it builds over time new neural pathways that accelerate the healing proccess.

they arent going thru the whole proccess of loading or mimicing live ammo.
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