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#6285579 - 05/03/16 06:51 PM OCD and Reloading
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I kinda thought it would be a good thing.... Kinda.
You know... Being extra vigilant & stuff.

However, it drives me nuts not to have an even (10) number of primers in a sleeve.

I managed to toss one across the shop while priming for some test loads.
I had to get a single to complete my 30 rounds.

I now have 29 left in the sleeve!!!! 29!!!!! LOL

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#6285593 - 05/03/16 06:55 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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Dang, you have it bad!!!
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#6285604 - 05/03/16 07:02 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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I'm getting better!

I only looked for the lost primer for a few minutes.

After finding a half dozen spent ones, I said to heck with it and grabbed a single.

I actually think reloading helps my ADD. That's what I'm going with. LOL

Did I mention that there are only 29 in that sleeve????? HaHaHa


Edited by dredd (05/03/16 07:04 PM)

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#6285614 - 05/03/16 07:07 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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You're a freak.
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#6285617 - 05/03/16 07:08 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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I know, that shizzle bugs me too, and I don't even have OCD. I like to get out x boolits and x primers and x cases and go to town. But, I swear I don't have OCD.
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#6285622 - 05/03/16 07:09 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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We all have our little foibles. I can't stand for the " main " light switch to be in the down position when the light is on. My wife puts up with it though.........

I'm much the same way when reloading. One lost case out of a box sets my teeth to grinding !

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#6285674 - 05/03/16 07:35 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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The 2 main things that REALLY chap my arse- 1- somehow pulling the pin on a primer tube that's full of 100 primers about to be filled in the progressive press, all over the floor. 2- leaving the rcbs charge master powder roller window open, so you pour powder all over the bench. Those are my main 2. (One of my previous employees spilled 3 full primer tubes of 100 on the floor within about 2 hours, and I about lost it! I sent her home for the day after that.)
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#6285684 - 05/03/16 07:38 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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I'd look one more time for the rogue primer! grin
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#6285687 - 05/03/16 07:39 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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It's not IF, it's WHEN on the RCBS Dump Gate.

I learned from everyone else doing it.
I sure as heck won't let it happen to me (until last week). LOL

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#6285719 - 05/03/16 07:53 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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The Chargemaster dump gate is the exact same thing as the fuel door on the truck.


Trouble is, you can't see the gate open in the side mirrors of life.
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#6285720 - 05/03/16 07:55 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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Originally Posted By: dredd
I kinda thought it would be a good thing.... Kinda.
You know... Being extra vigilant & stuff.

However, it drives me nuts not to have an even (10) number of primers in a sleeve.

I managed to toss one across the shop while priming for some test loads.
I had to get a single to complete my 30 rounds.

I now have 29 left in the sleeve!!!! 29!!!!! LOL


Shoot a match, loose brass, get an uneven number of brass left in an ammo box, and you'll get over that.
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#6285738 - 05/03/16 08:03 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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Originally Posted By: dredd
I'm getting better!

I only looked for the lost primer for a few minutes.

After finding a half dozen spent ones, I said to heck with it and grabbed a single.

I actually think reloading helps my ADD. That's what I'm going with. LOL

Did I mention that there are only 29 in that sleeve????? HaHaHa


We must be brothers from another mother. Sever OCD and ADD, this is some bad mojo. Something you never grow out of but learn to control it a little. I use the term control loosely, more like live with. Not even going to say what gets me going. Other people think it is weird but I call it everyday life.
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#6285744 - 05/03/16 08:05 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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I can't help but laugh. I left the window on my Chargemaster open probably seven or eight times. Nowadays, I always make sure I close it when I'm through emptying it and check it before I start pouring powder in...I musta finally got tired of scraping up all that dumped powder. Old dogs do learn new tricks, it just takes repetition. And repetition. And repetition. And then maybe a little more.
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#6285761 - 05/03/16 08:15 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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Long story short....

I was working on some wiring in a Jeep one day....

I said... I'm thinking I might be ADD....

My buddy chimed in: GEE!!!! You *&^%%$#* Think!?!?!?
While you're at it, go get your OCD Certification!!!

LMAO!!!!

I'm sure I could (and might have) worse issues. HaHaHa

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#6285784 - 05/03/16 08:24 PM Re: OCD and Reloading [Re: dredd]
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I've got a spare primer I'll sell you for $5.00 clap
Originally Posted By: dredd
I kinda thought it would be a good thing.... Kinda.
You know... Being extra vigilant & stuff.

However, it drives me nuts not to have an even (10) number of primers in a sleeve.

I managed to toss one across the shop while priming for some test loads.
I had to get a single to complete my 30 rounds.

I now have 29 left in the sleeve!!!! 29!!!!! LOL
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