Odd case tumbler

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by Orin, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. Orin

    Orin Member

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    Visited a friend yesterday... Ol' guy whose been reloading for half a century & does a lot of batches for ranges & such. A thousand rounds is small for him. His shop is the kinda mess I'd hate to work in but love to wander thru... Buckets of bullets & brass every where, from .22 hornets to .500. I noted an ancient, crusty concrete mixer rumblin in a corner. the kind with a steel semi-conical chamber & open mouth, encrusted with old crete. Inside was a huge amount of corn cob case cleaner & who knows how many .38 cases. Durndest tumbler I've seen.
  2. cpttango30

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    Now that is a tumbler for MASS processing brass. DAMN
  3. Orin

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    Yeh... He really does a lot of loading. I'd fear being in his shop long cuz eventually gravity might win. In Florida we have sink holes, big holes that appear when the pourus sandstone below get erroded away. His shop must be HEAVY!
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