Things are starting to Arrive

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  1. Woodrow

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    Nice looking red equipment
  3. 76Highboy

    76Highboy Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Congrats Woodrow. We will need the pics of the bench.
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    Sue's a nice person to do business with.
  5. Woodrow

    Woodrow New Member

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    Yep she was fantasti to deal with !!
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    I still remember the first day I set up my reloading equipment. So awesome - enjoy!
  7. Woodrow

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    Well the second c-note showed up from MidwayUSA yesterday. Im ready to get off this boat and get home to start getting my workstation setup

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  8. Alpo

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    Got some advice for you.

    With that case conditioning kit. Throw that chamfer tool in the garbage and get one of these.
    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/789334/le-wilson-chamfer-and-deburring-tool-17-to-45-caliber

    The first one I bought was the Lee tool. It cost around a buck, while the ones like this were around ten. I fought with it for about 5 years, and then finally broke down and bought one of these. Then I pitched that Lee piece of crap.

    While you're throwing that out, toss the primer pocket cleaner, also. It was so bad that I ended up using a 1/8" flat tip screwdriver. It worked much better, and was much easier to use.

    Now I have this.

    http://www.midwayusa.com/product/244424/rcbs-primer-pocket-brush-combo

    It's two small wire brushes. They screw into the handle. Very easy to use, and work excellently. Two because of small and large pockets.

    Lee makes some good stuff. A whole lot of my equipment is Lee. But those two are junk.
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