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Old 03-03-2013, 11:24 AM   #1
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Is there a book I could read, The ABC's of Quitting Reloading. What kind of boxes should I buy to store my reloaders. What will the EPA have to say about all the lead I have. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 03-03-2013, 12:02 PM   #2
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if you really want to quit then sell everything.
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Go ahead and send the stuff to me for "safe keeping". I'll deal with the EPA stuff for you.
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You can't quit-
You know you can't-
We ALL know you can't
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Seriously? I hope you're joking....... but if not, here's what I would do: Put some oil on any exposed metal parts, and put in a box. Feel free to PM if you have any further questions.

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While I support and respect your decision, why would you quit?

Do you know longer enjoy shooting?

If you would rather "dispose" of the components let me know.
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That is one thing that I know I would regret, next time I got a rifle that would not shoot with factory ammo I would reach for my press and it would not be there for me
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Is there a book I could read, The ABC's of Quitting Reloading. What kind of boxes should I buy to store my reloaders. What will the EPA have to say about all the lead I have. Any help would be appreciated.
I really thought the title of the book might give an idea that was joking.
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It's easier to never start than to quit. "One day at a time".
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That isn't funny! We were secretly working on an intervention plan to bring you back in. I thought you got abducted by Libtards and performed a lobotomy on you or something.
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