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Old February 16th, 2012, 08:40 PM   #1
 
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So after reloading somewhere around 3-400 9mm rounds I switched over to reloading .38spls the other day. When I heard the buzzer for low primers sound off tonight I reached for the box to refill......*empty*......I have reloaded my 1st 1000 rounds! ....

The 4" GP100 must have been hungry.



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A thousand rounds?
You're just getting warmed up.
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Congrats! That's how it happens. You now have an excuse to buy a case (5,000) of primers. I suggest you leverage that excuse to its fullest!
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Buzzer?????????
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Buzzer?????????
Yep, all the bells and whistles.....
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Been reloading since 1967 and never heard any bells or whistle go off when anything got low.Must be that I have old antiquated equipment or something
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Been reloading since 1967 and never heard any bells or whistle go off when anything got low.Must be that I have old antiquated equipment or something
Mate, if you have been reloading for that long, you must be doing something right.....
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Been reloading since 1967 and never heard any bells or whistle go off when anything got low.Must be that I have old antiquated equipment or something
My problem is I hear buzzers ALL the time, they keep cutting off the voices
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My problem is I hear buzzers ALL the time, they keep cutting off the voices
I'd be lonely without the voices.....
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