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SAFETY WARNING to Reloaders from Chuck Hawks:
I have been a reloader since the middle 1960's. Although it involves some potential danger, reloading is a safe activity when done properly and carefully. On the rare occasions that problems occur they are almost always the result of ignorance, carelessness, or some other sort of human error. If you are a shooter and a reloader, you must be a responsible adult. Neither I nor anyone else associated with Guns and Shooting Online accepts any responsibility for your actions.
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