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Old 12-12-2012, 12:20 AM   #41
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My wife was asking how long it takes to reload. I said depends on how much I have to load. She said grate so that's even less attention I git. I said we'll that's why you are going to do it with me. Lol.
Ahhh young lust.

My ole lady figures if i am in the reloading room, or out in my barn, or in the deer stand...i aint bothering HER! The benefits of 24 years and 3 kids together.
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Ahhh young lust.

My ole lady figures if i am in the reloading room, or out in my barn, or in the deer stand...i aint bothering HER! The benefits of 24 years and 3 kids together.
FMJ speaks the truth Ibwar15. In a few years your wife will be encouraging you.
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FMJ speaks the truth Ibwar15. In a few years your wife will be encouraging you.
I dunno about that. My wife and I are still honeymooning. We've only been married 42 years!
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I dunno about that. My wife and I are still honeymooning. We've only been married 42 years!
Lucky bastage. Wanna trade wives? Mine has less mileage. Only married 20 years here.
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Lucky bastage. Wanna trade wives? Mine has less mileage. Only married 20 years here.
I'd say WE are the lucky ones!

I have a few buddys that have "clingy" type wimmins. Cant escape for an hour for a few beers with the guys without the phone blowing up and the search dogs out hunting them down. Much less a weekend of hunting or fishing with the guys.

This is not to say we dont enjoy our time together...its just when we want to do our own "thing", we have the space and unspoken permission to do it.

Dont be so quick to trade your older, higher mileage model in...those newer models come with huge price tags, payments and are high maintenance...not nearly as durable as the ones built "back in the day"
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My twin 15YO girls shoot .40sw in comp. One's left handed the other is right handed.They are both fun to watch when they shoot .
I now feel like less of a man......
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So I'm not trying to hijack the thread but I'm looking to buy either an RCBS rock crusher, a hornady lock n load (which is on sale for cheaper than the RCBS) or a lee single stage which is the cheapest. What do y'all think

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So I'm not trying to hijack the thread but I'm looking to buy either an RCBS rock crusher, a hornady lock n load (which is on sale for cheaper than the RCBS) or a lee single stage which is the cheapest. What do y'all think
Read the thread. That was my OP
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I'd say WE are the lucky ones!

I have a few buddys that have "clingy" type wimmins. Cant escape for an hour for a few beers with the guys without the phone blowing up and the search dogs out hunting them down. Much less a weekend of hunting or fishing with the guys.

This is not to say we dont enjoy our time together...its just when we want to do our own "thing", we have the space and unspoken permission to do it.

Dont be so quick to trade your older, higher mileage model in...those newer models come with huge price tags, payments and are high maintenance...not nearly as durable as the ones built "back in the day"
And being able to do our thing and enjoy a little "free" time for the range, hunting etc, or sewing circle, church ladies retreat etc, is one of the reasons it just keeps getting better!


OP. You can't go wrong with the Hornady or the RCBS
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Personally, I lilke the Redding "Big Boss" but Lyman, Hornady, RCBS will all serve you for a lifetime
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War /// That is a loaded Q you have asked. LOL AS for me I've had a Lee Classic Press & 45ACP dies for 40 years . Both have done me well through the years. Also load 45LC & 30.06 both Lee too. Make the choice that fits for you. Mickey

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