In preparation for elk season I have been dialing in my .444S and my Rem. 700 Classic (198 .35 Whelen. Monday I decided to load up some more practice ammo for the .444.
Horrors! There were cobwebs on my RCBS hand priming tool! There it was, right between the handle and the actuating lever, a classic spider web! :shock:
It's been way too long since I last loaded any ammo. :? :lol:
"Hunt close, then get closer."
Team .444 -- Member #22
We shoot too much for spider webs to collect on any of my reloading equipment, plus I bomb my shop at least 3 times a year for the pesky little bugs that we have here in South Carolina (Bug Capital of the USA).
I will admit I have not loaded as many rounds this year, Fishing, Flintlocks,Caplocks, Work, and a very HOT summer have been slowing my CF shooting down some.
Their are only two kinds of people, those who own a 444 and those who wish they owned one,
and yes folks, denial is bliss!
Mckmain80 says: Don't forget, a 444Marlin means a little less Government in your life! I couldn't Agree More!!!
Not much has really changed in the world in 2000 years, Christians are still being thrown to the Lions! and
Satans tool of Deception is still working like a charm, from the time of Adam and Eve, to today!
We need a punishment meeted out to folks that commit this egregious crime!!! Something along the lines of being required to give your phone number to Big Mortie.
MO Member #77
So egregious that upon second offense we give his phone number to Big Mama! :shock:Originally Posted by VTDW
CW3, US Army (Ret)
Vietnam Veteran - 2 Tours
Only two defining forces have ever died for you:
1. Jesus Christ.
2. The American Soldier, Sailor, Airman, & Marine.
One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.
Founder (Member# 1) of Team 444 Marlin®
Then I guess I shouldn't mention finding dirt dauber nests in one of my loading blocks.
Team 444 Member #203
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:Originally Posted by Jodum
Owner, Florida Gun Forum
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