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I’ve been thinking about posting this for awhile. We are all human. We all do dumb crap. For example I just got done sifting a Mec bottle full of powder that I accidentally poured a small amount of shot into instead of the shot bottle. Knew it immediately, cussed a lot. There’s got to be some entertaining mishaps among you.
 

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I honestly feel like this thread has already become instructional as well as somewhat therapeutic at least for me. I don’t feel so bad knowing others have done the same things.
 

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I was showing my daughter how easy it is to reload with my 9000 just the other day. Wad, empty hull, pull handle. Told her to watch the primer drop and be sure it is sitting correctly before letting the handle up. Two strokes later the primer failed to drop at all, unnoticed by me. Shop vac time and a cup to catch the shot on the next pull. Never fails following “ look how easy this is”.
 

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Gotta watch that damn primer or it’s shop vac time. Can’t believe that primer seated inverted must have been perfectly straight they usually crush
 

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I just successfully did a bar change on my Grabber 12 gauge which was sitting ready to pull without spilling anything. Kind of a pain in the butt with everything in cycle.
went to shut town the 9000 20ga and forgot to put a hull under the wad station to catch the pellets. Dammit.
 
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