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    Quote Originally Posted by olstyn View Post
    Best I can recall, the story was told either here or on pistol-training.com at some point, and it went something like LL in vehicle front seat, someone in the rear seat inappropriately handling a 1911, which unfortunately was loaded, with the end result being a .45 entering LL's elbow. Sobering example of why the 4 rules exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olstyn View Post
    Best I can recall, the story was told either here or on pistol-training.com at some point, and it went something like LL in vehicle front seat, someone in the rear seat inappropriately handling a 1911, which unfortunately was loaded, with the end result being a .45 entering LL's elbow. Sobering example of why the 4 rules exist.
    Wow, that sucks LL. Glad your recovery went so well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBone550 View Post
    For me it's that I get bored. I don't have a helper, so I know from the past when I used to do bulk loading sessions that 400 an hour of 9mm on a 650 is about my average speed, and I can do a couple thousand at a sitting before I'm mentally done. That includes filling primer tubes and every couple hundred rounds, loading the bulk ammo into 100 round boxes. I have the casefeeder.

    Now I'm totally lazy with it. I'll load what I want the night before a match or immediately before going to practice. I think right now I probably have around 60 rounds of assembled 9mm in my ownership.
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