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    Default Reloading supplies needed

    I have a friend whose house burned down two weeks ago. Along with the house, his shop with his reloading business burned. Through an oversight when purchasing insurance, the shop contents were not covered.

    The Frontiersman wrote an article about the fire. If anyone has extra reloading equipment- brass, dies, press, manuals... you name it, he can probably use it. Information on where to send donations is listed in the article. You can also send me a pm, and I can pick items up in Wasilla.

    The family's clothing needs are pretty well covered for now, but all donations are appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Steve

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    Sent PM to ya Steve... Got some goodies for your friend...
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    I sent a pm as well.

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    Thanks, fellas. Any and all help is appreciated. To believe you're fully insured against loss, then to lose it all and have the insurance company tell you that they found a little technicality that allows them to stick it to you; its something I never want to go through again!

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    What was the technicality?
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    That sure is kind of you fellas. Cheers to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowwolfe View Post
    What was the technicality?
    I would image it is the "home business" technicality. Your home owners policy won't cover any business owned equipment in your house.

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    I'm not sure. I think the reloading equipment was in a shed or room attached to the home, but not positive.

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