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Old December 18, 2012, 12:07 PM   #10
hounddawg
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Just ran 50 on my LnL in 20 min or so including setup. Swapping out powder roters and loading the primer tube took longer than running the 50 which were sized and decaped then washed and dried. I could probably do 250 to 300 a hour and not feel rushed and that is without a case or bullet feeder I lube em, deprime them, wash and dry them then store them in large ziplock bags til needed. Next run I prime, load powder and seat the bullet. I don't bother with crimping, never been able to find any setback I could measure
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