The last three weeks I have barely dryfired at all and livefire has been minimal as well.
My middle son graduated from high school and the wife had a enormous list of stuff for me to do.
By the size of the list you'd think all I've done is reload shoot for four years. OK OK it's true.
Considering how patient she has been with the time and money I spend on this game
(no she doesn't read this blog) I put aside my study and practice of practical shooting.
I'll spare you the gory list of chores but it did take pretty much all my free time.
Now that the open house and graduation are over with it's time to "Get to Work"
as Steve Anderson says.
I loaned my extra 550b press to Josh and of course the next day my main one broke
I had been fighting high primers and dies getting a little out of adjustment. I had tightened
the shell plate and adjusted dies and got through a couple hundred rds and stuff started getting wonky again.
I ordered a new primer assembly and it didn't seem to fit right so I finally looked under the press and discovered the broken crank problem