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Got Toolheads?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Hoser, Dec 26, 2011.


  1. Hoser

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    The 1050 toolheads are mounted on delrin posts that a friend of mine made. They are mounted on drawer slides so they can slide out so I dont have to dig through the toolheads to get to a different caliber.


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  2. Hogpauls

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    Very nice. I'm a bit OCD when it comes to organizing things so that's kinda like porn without the heavy breathing. :supergrin:
     

  3. shotgunred

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    Kind of makes my four tool heads look pathetic.
     
  4. ron59

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    Does anybody else hate Hozer besides me?

    Damn, that dude has some sweet toys.
     
  5. Boxerglocker

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    RT1200B setups for 3 calibers :faint:

    Hozer how many calibers and rounds a year do you load?
     
  6. PCJim

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    I'd bet that, should the manager of the Dillon retail store ever see your setup, he'd be very jealous.
     
  7. GioaJack

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    How come you don't show everyone the stool you have to stand on just to reach the middle shelf?

    And quit calling me to use my butler to get stuff off the top shelf or to move an ammo can full of empty brass.


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  8. Hoser

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    Yeah, but your butler is a chick. And... she looks great in that maid outfit. There is a reason why I put the primers on the top shelf. Do I have to teach you everything Gramps?
     
  9. GioaJack

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    My butler is not a chick, he's a transvestite... that's why I have a REAL maid. Hope you enjoyed yourself.

    Oh, by the way... tell your beautiful wife I'll meet her in our usual place next Saturday. She'll be home late, it's New Years Eve, don't ya know.

    (It'll give you plenty of time to prep brass. :whistling:)


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  10. unclebob

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    I guess I’m I the only one that see what’s wrong with these pictures. Hozer has nice reloading setup, with nice cabinets etc.:crying: and then uses cheap flimsy metal shelving. :shocked:
     
  11. Colorado4Wheel

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    Looks really nice.
     
  12. Hoser

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    Good thing he is hot.
     
  13. Hoser

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    Yeah, but they work. Nothing very heavy goes on them.

    I actually thought about having shelves built in when I was framing, but was not 100% on the room layout yet.
     
  14. Hoser

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    I think I load for maybe 15-20 different calibers. Almost all of it on Dillons.

    Not sure how many rounds I shoot a year. Now that I am shooting more rifle than I used to, I quit keeping track. But maybe 5-10K pistol and about that for rifle/shotgun.