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After my back surgery i knew i was going to go nuts with limited things to do so i loaded my bench with a ton of stuff to reload. Put it all on the bench to keep the bending, reaching and lifting heavy containers of bullets to a minimum. This was my physical and mental therapy.....Finally loaded my last bunch this morning. funny thing is the last thing i needed was more ammo but it was something to do. Loaded some .357, 380, 32acp, 7.62x25, 9mm, 45acp, 45 colt, 44 mag, 30-06, 30-30, 35 rem, 7.5x55 swiss, 8mm mauser, 7.62x54r, 7.7jap, 30-40 krag,444 Marlin, 45-70, .223 and i'm sure i missed one or two. Now to start shooting again!

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My son had a back injury and had to go to PT. for some stretching and a massage. According to him the therapist who was working on him was “hot”! He said was going to keep going back even though he felt good but he couldn’t find a way to get the insurance company to pay for it.
 

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Doing things you enjoy is the best therapy!
 

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My son had a back injury and had to go to PT. for some stretching and a massage. According to him the therapist who was working on him was “hot”! He said was going to keep going back even though he felt good but he couldn’t find a way to get the insurance company to pay for it.
Why didn't he simply ask her out on a date?
 

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My son had a back injury and had to go to PT. for some stretching and a massage. According to him the therapist who was working on him was “hot”! He said was going to keep going back even though he felt good but he couldn’t find a way to get the insurance company to pay for it.



I hear that! I had a few PT sessions over the years that i almost felt guilty about being married and all.


Yeah it's a decent amount of ammo but like i said, i really didn't need to load anymore right now. Just needed something to do. Now i have to put it all away, rotate the stock and put some of the old stuff on the bench so i can start unloading it. Might try to get out this week and start shooting a little again.
 

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Back in the days when I was working, I found reloading very therapeutic. I was an engineering program manager with an aerospace company and was constantly faced with program deadlines. I found that reloading really took the pressure off. :smile5:
 

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My son had a back injury and had to go to PT. for some stretching and a massage. According to him the therapist who was working on him was “hot”! He said was going to keep going back even though he felt good but he couldn’t find a way to get the insurance company to pay for it.
How come I always get the therapist who looks like Olga the soviet Olympic weight lifter?
 
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