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Heating Iron for Paper shells

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by kennymb, Dec 5, 2012.

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  1. kennymb

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    i have a heating iron i dont know the make 20.00 thanks ken.
     
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    There used to be a company who made a "Paper Hull Conditioner" called Thermagic.

    http://thermagic-sales.com

    Herter's had a similar one years ago too.

    Check with Kennymb above sounds like he's got a deal for you.

    Tom
     
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    i sent your heating iron out today thanks ken.
     
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    I believe I have an old one somewhere. If I remember correctly, you slip the hull up over the element, and it warms and softens the wax in the paper hulls.

    It may be more complex than that, but I can't remember

    I'll have to look for it, now!!

    Danny
     
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    Danny, If you find that iron give me a ring 740-983-2684 or e-mail Thanks Mike.
     
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    I reloaded thousands of Winchester super target and fed papers in the seventies and early eighties. Af ter resize and deprime I put them on a cookie sheet and baked them at 220 degrees for 9-10 minutes. They came out slick, shiny and dry inside. Let em cool and load them. Have not that in years but learned it from my uncle when I was about 14 helping reload waterfowl shells. I am sure it will still work. Lance Howard
     
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    I used a Lachmiller resizer in the late '60's & early '70's on papers. It resized the brass and the paper was heated by the die.
     
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