Wiping down shells

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  1. Raidingtime

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    nothing
     
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  2. gutteralcookie

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    What's your reason for doing that?
     
  3. Arleyg

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    No fingerprints on the spent casings at the scene of the crime?? Just had to be a smarta$$
     
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  4. Greenbug

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    I have never heard of anyone doing that.... until now.

    Why?
     
  5. Joe13

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    What a waste of my time that would be...
     
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  6. spectra

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    Just load it up with rubber gloves on :D
     
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  7. shootnscoot

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    Uh, no
     
  8. Raidingtime

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    Why do you think it's a waste of time? takes about 2 minutes. Better time spent elsewhere doing what?
     
  9. Galant

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    Doesn't everyone do this??? I also have a fake thumb with a known criminals fingerprint embedded into it. I use it to load all my defensive handguns. This way I know Im safe if I have to flee the scene. Well worth the $700.
     
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    I have been known to drink a cold Corona while loading magazines up..does that count ??
     
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  11. Liberty97045

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    Buy a revolver
     
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  12. Certaindeaf

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    Ice bullets are the way to go.
     
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  13. DeanfromOregon

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    To answer your question, no.

    What else would I do with the extra two minutes? Anything but wipe down bullets with alcohol.

    Quick follow up question, why would you do this?
     
  14. Liberty97045

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    See what you started?
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  15. Raidingtime

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    Yep. Obviously a bad idea to bring this up. Some people just don't get it. Like teaching a dog to open a beer bottle.
     
  16. JRH Oregon

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    My guess would be anti-corrosion protection from the acids and oils on your hand? No, I don't do that but I do wear black rubber gloves when loading a lot of magazines at once to keep my girly hands clean. LOL
     
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    I do, then I micro stamp them with my fake name and address
     
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  18. John Gault

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    Just curious... Say you find yourself making a good shoot and police collect evidence for court and the attorney for the dead man who's family is going to sue your Axx finds that your casings are super clean. Think that might get used against you as evidence of "intent" after the fact?
     
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  19. Raidingtime

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    Mr. Lahey and Randy ^
     
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    These are the kind of threads the left will take and try to turn you all into wacko mafia hit men .........
    No logic and just plain weird to discuss in an open forum even if its a joke thread.
    Clarification of intent is usually a good thing unless you wish to stir up the nest a bit. :rolleyes::confused::s0149:
     
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