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    Posted: 18 December 2005 at 07:44

howdy -

here at the BaitShop, we try to provide an atmosphere that is helpful, courteous and friendly to "newbies." our goal is to define ourselves as different from some places where others hang out; places where a beginner or someone with questions about getting started might find themselves subject to being ignored, or worse, ridiculed for their lack of experience.

if you have any "beginner's quesitons," feel free to post them here, or start a new topic if you prefer. if you feel that your topic or question is not getting attention, PLEASE email or PM myself or an admin member. i can guarantee that your topic is not being ignored; it is more likely that "the guys with the answers" haven't seen it yet! i or an admin member will be able to bring your topic to the attention of the guys who need to see it, and you WILL get some great info.

that's about all i have to say, except that we want you to have as many resources as possible, especially if you are new. for that reason, i am happy and proud to recommend our "brother board" as another great and friendly source of reloading information. goto www.handloadersbench.com and tell TIMBERGHOZT that TASH sent ya!



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Timberghozt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 December 2005 at 11:38
I hadn`t seen this post yet Tash.I apologize,too many irons in the fire lately.
As Tash has said if you are interested in learning to reload,feel free to register at the Handloaders Bench and ask away at any question you have,I assure you nobody will give you a hard time or make smart ellick remarks.
We all had to learn  to reload/handload at one time.If I see your question here at the BSB,I will do my best to answer any question I can.I am sure lots of the other fellas will too.There are some serious hardcore Handloaders here at the BSB that can help out and I would trust their advice on aything I fed one of my guns.
If you desire further info and want,find me at the HB and those fellas will talk your head off about bullets,gunpowder and pulling triggers...
Gene

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no need to apologize, gene. it's been like that for me these last couple of weeks as well!

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The Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga,CA was great so much better than Turners Outdoorsman.Good ammo prices but not the powder I wanted sr 4759,we'll go back after the 210 frwy opens on Tuesday.
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