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Old April 8, 2007, 06:22 PM   #9
Peter M. Eick
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Join Date: August 3, 1999
Location: Houston, Texas
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Well look at the upside. You don't have to worry about double charging a case by a progressive. No worries about primers blowing up in primer tubes. No real worries about jamming the case and ripping of the head because of lack of lube. No real worries about overchargeing a case if you can read the instructions and use the powder chart and dippers provided.

I mean really when you consider it, it may actually be safer then a conventional progressive press.
10mm and 357sig, the best things to come along since the 38 super!
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