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#12861 OFFLINE   newbe

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Posted Sep. 17 2018 - 11:26 AM

More tinkering in the workshop. Bullet and powder separator for the RCBS Uniflow powder dispenser.
 
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Very nice!


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Posted Sep. 17 2018 - 09:22 PM

More tinkering in the workshop. Bullet and powder separator for the RCBS Uniflow powder dispenser.
 
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Sweet FW. I could have used that a few days ago.

Deprimed and tumbled about 300 Starline 6.5 Creedmoor cases.cbd449f1f5db93f3fb25b8e0d877454e.jpg9a4b22de4f69b8234c3951366fb18f28.jpg
Then annealed them with the AMP annealing machine.34fafb7c1ff603e53042a80d45e9f0a5.jpg
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Oooh shiny. Looking good there Newbe.
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Posted Sep. 17 2018 - 09:28 PM

Sunday, I swaged, trimmed, deburred and chamferred 300 .223 cases.
Then I tumbled, resized and decapped 400 more.
Tonight, I cleaned the primer pockets and tumbled the 400.
They are now drying in the garage.
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Posted Sep. 18 2018 - 12:29 AM

I just cleaned, resized, and primed 500 .45 Auto cases this evening, almost ready to load them up now.


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Posted Sep. 18 2018 - 09:13 PM

Sunday, I swaged, trimmed, deburred and chamferred 300 .223 cases.
Then I tumbled, resized and decapped 400 more.
Tonight, I cleaned the primer pockets and tumbled the 400.
They are now drying in the garage.

Sounds busy!


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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 08:04 PM

Finally got a Hornady Microjust seating micrometer!

 

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Going on my 30 Herrett dies.

Brownell's has them on sale for $22.99.

Most seating dies I own are micrometer type, Redding and Forster.

The Hornady 30 Herrett seating die came in a set.

Basically took a maker and made a graduated scale on the top ring.

But the markings wear out and have to be redone. 

Finally got tired of that and ordered the new adjustment stem.

Got a couple hundred of TAC 30 cases in need of stuffing. So this should help.

 

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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 08:38 PM

Finally got a Hornady Microjust seating micrometer!
 
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Going on my 30 Herrett dies.
Brownell's has them on sale for $22.99.
Most seating dies I own are micrometer type, Redding and Forster.
The Hornady 30 Herrett seating die came in a set.
Basically took a maker and made a graduated scale on the top ring.
But the markings wear out and have to be redone. 
Finally got tired of that and ordered the new adjustment stem.
Got a couple hundred of TAC 30 cases in need of stuffing. So this should help.
 
Thanks,
Glenn
 

Not a bad price!
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#12868 OFFLINE   Srgt. Hulka

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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 08:48 PM

Trimmed, debuted and chaferred the 400 cases I cleaned up last weekend.
I polished 400 more. They’re in the garage drying. I’ll work on them some more tomorrow or Sunday.


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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 08:50 PM

Trimmed, debuted and chaferred the 400 cases I cleaned up last weekend.
I polished 400 more. Theyre in the garage drying. Ill work on them some more tomorrow or Sunday.

Nice.


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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 09:19 PM

Nice.


Tired of a bunch of dirty brass piling up.


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Posted Sep. 21 2018 - 09:23 PM

Tired of a bunch of dirty brass piling up.


You'd be very busy at my place. :laugh:


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Posted Yesterday, 06:23 PM

You'd be very busy at my place. :laugh:


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Posted Yesterday, 06:32 PM

You'd be very busy at my place. :laugh:

Mine too.......I just taped up a box of dirty range brass and set it aside.....I have never done that before...I always clean them and put them up clean....I just don't have the time or want to do it right now. 




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