Re: i am feeling lucky to be alive
Thanks for the reminder, we all get in a hurry sometimes and should remember reloading is not a task to be rushed.
I use a Sharpie and write the type of powder and charge wt. on the hopper when I leave any in the powder measure. I also use the one powder on the bench method so I am hopefully covered twice. The sharpie marker wipes right off with a little denatured alcohol which I keep handy for cleaning up especially the priming system on my progressive.
If the powder jug on the bench does not match what is written on the powder hopper, the hopper gets dumped. I have only had to do that once thankfully, and it made darn good kindling a little at a time in the woodstove.
"My greatest fear is that after my demise my wife will sell my guns for the price I told her I paid for them"
-don't know where it came from...but true