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Well, my work hours got cut, but don't know by how much! I work armed security on a Federal contract. Starting last Friday, I'm Security-on-demand!
This means, if they need me for 4 hours, that's what I work. If they need me the whole day, I'm fine. Last week, I lost 4 hours. I get a daily schedule. Right now, I have 2 hours on Monday.....
The up-side is that I have free time on my hands. Need to make sure I have enough primers, powder, and bullets to clear out the brass I have in my shed! Between reloading and shooting, I should be filling up my time and be happy about it! Hope any of you in the same predicament can find the silver lining in this crazy situation!
Coming up on 3 years retired end of June. Our asshat governor closed our private club range till end of the month. Not sure how he can do that. Anyway, yes some reloading in hopes of being able to do some unloading in April
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I ramped up a little reloading too. I’m just adding to my 223 prairie dogging ammo. I loosely have a trip planned mid June. Since no Guide is needed I can adjust the trip if need be.
I had a slight malfunction with a Redding die, no fault or defect in the die itself. Even though the Redding people are working from home in NY, he answered my email & steered me to corrective action. I was pleased with the timely reply from them.
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Haven’t started reloading while being on lockdown yet. However, now I have a dedicated spot in my basement for reloading. My stuff has been boxed up since the move last year.
Time to make some 9’s and 40’s.
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