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Free Dillon 650 spent primer catcher.

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by unclebob, Sep 27, 2011.


  1. unclebob

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    When I was at Conyers this past weekend for the big GSSF match a friend of mine asked me if I would make him the primer catcher that I make. It takes the place of the spent primer cup and bracket. No more spent primers bouncing out of the cup. So anyway, I’m making three of them. One for my friend and two for anyone that wants one. The way I well do it is if there are more than two people that want one. Everyone that replies to this thread, I well put their names in a hat and draw two names out. I well stop taking names after 9pm Central time 9/28/2011.
    Yes they are free. Even the shipping. You well still have to buy the vinyl tubing.
     

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    Im game. Chris Hamilton
    thanks
     

  3. Boxerglocker

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    I love to have one Bob, place me in the hat please.
     
  4. IndyGunFreak

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    I don't need one (don't have the primer prob).. but... what does it look like?
     
  5. Colorado4Wheel

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    Bob's setup works very slick. Thanks again for making me one a while back.
     
  6. jmorris

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    Likely something like this one. Its just a 44 mag shell drilled out, loosen the stock bracket slide the rim in and resnug the screws.

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    I had the bounce out problem on only one of my 650's and cured it with a section of 1/2" box tube.

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    Nice. Put me in the hat please. -Wade-
     
  8. Boxerglocker

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    I don't really need one either but kinda want to try it out. I rarely have primers miss the bucket, but would rather have a larger collection bottle for the spent ones.

    I have been debating getting one of the new CNC machined ones from Uniquetek, http://www.uniquetek.com/site/696296/product/T1346
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    but being Bob is being so generous will try my luck at getting one of his. :cool:
     
  9. GioaJack

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    I hope someone is named 7 3/8 'cause you know damn well if Unclebob sticks his hand in a hat that's what he's gonna rip out. :whistling:


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    That is close to what it looks like. It definitely is not made on a CNC machine. Aluminum base with a brass Farrell. It’s not great looking but it works and you don’t see it anyway. Depending on the size of container you use. I use a baby wipe box. I empty it maybe once a year. The box sets under the strong mount.
     
  11. unclebob

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    Jack you are just jealous you don’t own a 650.:tongueout:
     
  12. GioaJack

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    Ahemmmm... can you say, 1050... in the plural? :whistling: (Senile old man.)


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    That's a mighty kind offer you've made there, Bob. I don't own a 650, so I'm wishing everyone luck on the draw.
     
  14. unclebob

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    Yes I know you own two Dillon 1050’s. What I meant was that you could not get in on the drawing. Because you do not own a 650. 650 being the key word.
     
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    650 is not a word, it's a number. Flatlanders like you should not be allowed to own guns... or pointy objects. :whistling:


    Jack
     
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    I don't usually do it but I'll try and help unclebob out:wavey:

    SIXFIFTY

    Hope that helps UB:whistling:
     
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    That is really nice looking but really, $25 & you still have to buy the tubing right???:shocked:
     
  18. GioaJack

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    Quit trying to help the old guy, let him flounder on his own.


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    Nope, comes with it....
     
  20. unclebob

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    Other than the tubing you never see it.