Elkman":fv0ebaxf said:I have been reloading since the late 60's, none of the events mentioned here surprise me. Lately I have decided that I am going to cut my costs on sizing lubricant. This so far as cost me postage to RCBS twice, three other stuck cases that I was able to remove myself, and last but not least, a broken decapper. Which cost me more money... I think I will go back to being more liberal with my sizing lubricant, it will most likely be cheaper and cost me less downtime. Oh! I almost forgot the match grade seating die, that I broke.
THAT is when I started to put some Paracord around the bolts and hang them from the barrels.TackDriver284":2vjsg6d8 said:Just remembered that my safe was kind of full and wanted to squeeze another rifle in, but would not work unless I removed three bolts out of three rifles and I was able to squeeze it in,,,,several weeks later I grabbed two of those three rifles. At the shooting range, 30 miles away, I pulled out those rifles out of the cases and remembered that the bolts were still in the safe. [emoji38]