I don't know about the "which hand to grab the shell with" stuff. That sounds like superstition to me. But it is imperative you have the box facing out and always take the center shell from each row first!Now I have to worry about what hand I grab the shell with and make sure I grab the middle shell-I can't believe I have been screwing that up. Do I have to alternate which shell after that? Should the box be facing out of my shell bag or in? This new pre shot routine is going to get ugly.
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ISSF trap habit.Also, I must be weird (in fact I know I am), to use "tomk2's" choice of words, because I always catch my ejected shells in mid air with my right hand and bat them into the nearest bin in one flowing graceful movement that would bring a look of sheer pleasure to the face of BiStar's CEO.
I agree but will add that I like to grab them from the crimped end. It seems to pop up easier than the primer end. Just sayin 😉I have tried all the other methods mentioned but working out of the box is the easiest. One of the center three because they come out nicely without jumbling the rows below them. Picking from the end jumbles up the row underneath and makes me think to much.