Jumping Frog wrote:I have my blood tested quarterly anyway, so I always have the Doc test for lead at the same time. My scores have always been really low.
Biggest key is handwashing. Don't touch your mouth or any mucous membrane with contaminated hands.
I also take my shoes off outside when coming home from the range and rinse the soles of the shoes off so I do not track into the house. Clothes go into the laundry room to be washed.
I am not worried about lead fumes when bullet casting. The temperature at which one casts bullets (approx. 700 degrees) is well under the temperature where lead gives off fumes (about 1150 degrees).
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