Walter, I'm not as far along as you are but I buy powder every time I can find it. I don't wipe out the shelf but I have about 50 lbs now. Who knows what will happen the next election.I'd love to find 3k .22 l.r.; however, I have tens of thousands of bullets and primers and a couple-hundred pounds of powder.
1- He's moving from a house with basement to a smaller place with no basement. No room to store everything, and I mean everything.What I don't understand is not moving ammo and reloading supplies. I there a problem?
Shoot more worry less,
Unfortunately, life takes it's toll. We're the same age, just a couple days apart, so it hurts watching what is happening to him.Well I'm still young for so many decades behind me, but I understand exactly what EJC is saying about his friend/trainer. You have to make tough choices when you make major changes in your life. You can always rebuild your reloading equipment. You only have so many hours to pack and move. You only have so many square feet of basement to fill up. You only have keep just the equipment you need so you can make the most quality you can make. I understand that now, I didn't when I was young.
So EJC gets the benefit. More power to ya. Don't sell off anything, use it or trade it. Your friend needs to know you'll get the most from what he leaves behind. That's the way it works.