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New Tool For P/W Users !!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by rennerize, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. rennerize

    rennerize Active Member

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    If you have one of the PW loaders with the full length dies one of these are a must.
    Don
     
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    Hi Gary does the end of the jammer fit inside the crimp ? I need one that will push in the center so the mashed part will straighten and go threw. This is a great idea I have been cutting the heads off with a razor knife to get them threw. Buddy
     
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    I got one from Gary a year ago and yes Buddy, it does just that. They are really a lifesaver when ya need it
     
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    Great idea Gary. Although i don't use a P/W i can appreciate the use of this tool and its design. Good craftsmanship too.

    Up for Gary's new tool....
     
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    I bought a few of these over 20 years ago, at the Grand, from Spolar, before he was making re-loaders. They work great and have a magnet at the end of the handle, to shuffle tipped primers.

    Ed, Yanchok
     
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    Spolar will not need one
     
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    Was going to buy one of each gauge but I guess I'm to poor. Jeff
     
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