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Jammer Six wrote:
Pulling bullets means you caught your own mistake. It's a good thing!

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I like the way you think. My self-esteem just took a huge boost!

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Wed Jul 27, 2016 8:59 pm
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Been there, pulled bullets.... I like the idea of using duct tape on steel. Only 1 smack? saves time...


Wed Aug 02, 2017 12:32 pm
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It just makes them +p now, that's all. lol. We feel your pain man.


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Inertia pullers work the BEST when centering the brass case on a pointed/elevated nub on a hard surface. It sends the bullet it of the case fast and with a single stroke.


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thefuryoffire wrote:


I have one of those and use it on every pistol round. One thing I don't like about the gauge is that it won't help you find short or long rounds. To that end, I would rather have a Dillon or Wilson gauge.

Having said that... I'm likely going to invest in one of the 100 round checkers for 9mm.


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