This is a discussion on When a car guy gets into reloading. within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I grew up in the classic muscle car era and have been into cars since I first got my driver's license in '67. I've had ...
I grew up in the classic muscle car era and have been into cars since I first got my driver's license in '67. I've had some nice cars, did a fair amount of bracket racing and spent countless hours in the garage, but that's kind of history now. I have my retired race car that I take to cruise-ins during the summer but I don't do much in the garage anymore.
I needed a new hobby and recently took up reloading. I really enjoy it but the wooden ball on the end of the handle on my Lee press made my hand sore after a few hundred pulls. I figured I could fix that and went through my parts pile. It's much better now, but I find myself making vroom-vroom noises while I'm loading.
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That's awesome, MMB! Love it! Just like the shifter handle on my old Camaro with the muncie in it.
If it get into reloading, I might have to dig in the boxes in the back of the shop and see if I can do something similar.
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My press would need a big 8-ball shifter knob!
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