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M. D. Smith: Rest In Peace

Recently, a Steward of the art of reloading passed, M. D. Smith. Always sharing and always paying fowrard his experiences to the next generation for those that share his passion for reloading. He will be missed.

For those not enriched by his efforts and guidance along with those that have, here is a link to his web site with many references and guidances for the reloader.

R.I.P.

Reloading Pages of M.D. Smith
 

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The first time I visited his pages was many years ago. Sorry to hear of his passing RIP!
 

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Never had seen the site before but thanks and RIP Mr. Smith!
 

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Really enjoyed using his site a few years back looking for different ideas on working on some different loads. Just bought his Kindle book. The free story was about him as a kid collecting coke bottles for buying candy and lemonade.

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I will miss M.D. Smith reloading information. I hope his wisdom will be retained on the interweb for those of us that followed him.


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