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My 7 year old Grandaughter ,Kyra loaded her first 9mm bullets. I am so proud. She says to put the blue one on here.:eek: That makes two Grandchildren that hand load.
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Outstanding! Whats up with the "blue one"?
 

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She says she liked the face named eek.
:confused: Not sure what you mean or the comment about the blue one. The only thing that comes to mind is that maybe ya'll used a Dillon press!:confused::D
 

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She says she liked the face named eek. My oldest Grandson that loads is 23.

Ahhh, now that all makes sense !:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

there's lots of blue for her :D:D
 

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OK, I got you now, sorry.:eek::eek::D

My 12 YO granddaughter used to help me all the time when she was seven. She seemed to enjoy it quite a bit. She is now 12 and no longer seems to like reloading. She still loves to shoot, though, so that is something. My grandson is 18 and just doesn't seem to enjoy anything. Enjoy her and tell her to keep up the good work.
 

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My grandaughter wanted to write a short note.

My name is Kyra and I love to reload with my Papa. :D We love to fish too.;)
I love to shoot my pellet gun.:) I have A stevens little scout 22 that was my dads.:cool:
 

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Hey Kyra, welcome to the firearms forum. It is a lot of fun to reload with papa.
 

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welcome to the forum Kyra, Keep your papa in line for us.;)
:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
 

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1st Kyra, :eek:WELCOME:eek::eek:


2nd my kids 6 and 3 both love to help dad reload. My 3 year old just yesterday while I was putting up Christmas lights asked if he could go make bullets. Cause he knew how to do it by himself.:D YEA RIGHT


3rd George, just keep inviting him out. I remember 18. Its tough on a young man. Out of high school, pressured to start building a life and constantly asked SO, what are you gonna do now. Which collage to go to etc. Take him out, just the 2 of ya if you can. Tell him about how much shooting is a stress reliever and how stressed he looks. Don't talk to him about nothing but shooting, unless he brings it up. 18 is that 1st big transitional point. He'll appreciate the offer, even if he turns you down
 
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