Over the last few months I have been helping Candace work on shooting her muzzle-loader, part of that work included shooting our .223. I just wanted her to get use to the the process of firing a gun and getting familiar with things. At the time I had a quite a bit of Ammo that was Ready to Roll but I had even more brass sitting around that needed to be clean up, re-sized, primed, grained and loaded. To be honest I wasn’t sure if that brass was ever going to get the attention that it deserved, so it just sat in a bucket. After the season, Candace and I realized that we had a pretty good time just going to the range and shooting a little, so a couple of nights ago Brock and I started working on getting that old brass load. I am not sure he really understands what we are doing or the process but he is pretty good at little tasks… I think he is pretty good at this type of detail stuff because of all the lego’s he plays with… Anyway, it is the same basic concept.
Here he is helping me get the media out of the brass….
Little Guys… Some Ready, Some in Staging..