Wednesday, June 3, 2009

that last brass

Brigid, over at Mausers and Muffins, is a woman I adore intensely. I find at my age unrequited emotions to be more satisfactory, than actually interacting with people. She hasn't left any missives in my comments section lately. Probably because I'm not the gentlemanly type she would want her Aunt Minnie from Duluth to be within earshot of...

Anyway the aforementioned Celtic Goddess made a post some days back called;
All of the observations are spot on, but number 16 is most topical.
(16) If you think it's hard to meet new people, try picking up someone else's brass.
I've met several delightful people that way. Even learned what I thought I already knew about reloading from some of them. I have secured myself a Dillon Square Deal B press. I thought I'd reload 1000 cases of .45. Have you tried to round up 1000 rounds of brass as a first timer? I ended up about 5 rounds short. I'm considered either rock-headed, or anal. I was determined I'd have 1000 rounds reloaded.

The last round was a test case that came with my S&W 457 pistol.

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