It sounds like your brother and Zoid are brothers from a parallel universe . . . .My niece found a S&W .22LR revolver in her late granma's old room, today. My niece is from China; adopted by my brother and his ex in 2004, I think it was. She's only 13 or 14, so she can't be the named owner of the gun. Her mom will hold onto it until the young lady is old enough to be the named owner. My brother adopted a boy from Vietnam in 2001 or 2002. He's turned-out to be well above average in school and in other things high school kids do (music, sports, et cetera). My brother has taken both kids to the range many times. The son really enjoys firearms; thoroughly enjoys ripping through Dad's .223 ammo with Dad's various Black Rifles. The daughter was a little shy of them until just recently. She feared the thing was going to jump out of her hand; the sound did not bother her. Just tickles me that my brother's two kids came from lands where the citizenry cannot own a firearm. They're both Americans (naturalized as infants upon arrival in CONUS). They're both really smart and very talented as artists, musicians and just as really good kids. My brother has never had any discipline problems with either of them. Both have blossomed into people they could have never, ever been if they were still in the nations of their birth. No other place on Earth as wonderful as the United States. If Kooky Bernie likes Sweden, Norway and Denmark so much he ought to pack his trash and move there-- never to come back here...
So you rescued two from Vietnam! Excellent work. My brother wanted kids from outside CONUS because under US law, the birth parents can come back and reclaim the child until he's 18 years of age. My brother was not going to have it that he shed the blood, sweat and tears raising the kids-- then the birth parents come along and take him back after all the hard work has been done.Trip to China to adopt my oldest daughter in 1996 and trip to Vietnam to adopt the younger two in 2000 . . . .
Locked up in a steel cabinet in a temp controlled shop. The way things are going it won't last years and years.Store your powders and primers in a cool, dry place and they'll be good for years and years. I have bottles of power I bought over ten years ago. Stored at room temperature and in Nevada's low humidity. No problems...