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Found these in a box with some of my dad’s reloading supplies. Can somebody help with identifying what they are? They appear to be .224, .30, .38, .45.


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Looks like some sort of collet crimp die. That is just a guess because I have not seen one like that before.
 

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Do you know what they fit as in some kind of press and, just by chance, is there a name on them?
 

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They looks like a very nice set of Old Time Bullet Pullers. That just screwed into the top of a Single Stage Reloading Press like a reloading die. I still have two of them for a 22 Caliber & a 30 Caliber made by a company named Bonanza that is no longer in business I belive. They still work very well and were very strong, but they are sorta of hard on the bullets you pulled with them. I used mine mainly, to pull 223 & 30 Cal Blacked Tipped Armor Peirce bullets from Military Ammo that was so cheap and plentiful back in those days. Or at least ((( IMHO ))) that is what they are, maybe.
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They appear to be the Forster's Possum bullet type pullers.
 
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