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Old May 9, 2007, 09:50 PM   #26
PeteQuad
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Thanks, I feel much more confident after this thread. I'm getting closer - my bullets arrived today and I bolted my press to some composite stuff which I clamped to my temporary bench. I still haven't put the dies in, but I should be ready to load a road by Monday hehe I like the tube that hangs down for the primers, I was wondering what was going to happen with them when they got poked out. The range of motion was a little bit of a surprise, I'll have to make sure I don't sit too high or I won't be able to push the level all the way down.
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