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Perhaps you might consider having your eyes checked! I’ve heard it really helps when you can see what you’re doing.

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Perhaps you might consider having your eyes checked! I’ve heard it really helps when you can see what you’re doing.

Steve

It’s a joke.


I made it with some scrap materials.
 

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Components must be getting really scarce. If you want to get 2 loads out of 1 bullet, use a saw to cut it in half first. Any survivalist will tell you that.
 

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It’s a joke.


I made it with some scrap materials.
Must be blatantly obvious all the responses to your thread were also jokes!

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Such a simple solution I am surprised it didn’t come to you. It’s obvious you only need to apply more force, like so many others, you can then start your “broken press” thread.

Win, win :)
Don't kid yourself, jm - I've frequently said that I can seat a hockey puck in a primer pocket with my 650... so the pressure is there to seat that bullet... although chambering may be problematic.
 

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Now I see how you did it...half a second away from joining the club today.

(Finally trying some new brass I stashed (A USA) and the case walls must be a smidgeon thicker, as my bullets don't sit as nicely...and didn't want to adjust my bell for a small run with this brass)

Lesson learned: no stopping mid-stroke for a glamour shot, as the handle will inevitably fly up the second the camera shutter clicks and bad things happen. ;)

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I've got a bunch of new A USA. Looks nice, but has tight primer pockets and I have issues with some 147s.

Set aside for rainy day...
 

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That should work in a Glock with no problem seeing as Glocks tend to have a loose chamber.
 

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Ahhh………...

I see the problem, what you have there is a "Left Handed Bullet" just flip it round and that will take care of itself !
 
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Now I see how you did it...half a second away from joining the club today.

(Finally trying some new brass I stashed (A USA) and the case walls must be a smidgeon thicker, as my bullets don't sit as nicely...and didn't want to adjust my bell for a small run with this brass)

Lesson learned: no stopping mid-stroke for a glamour shot, as the handle will inevitably fly up the second the camera shutter clicks and bad things happen. ;)

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Everything looks so shiney and new!
 
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