The tool you have listed works well, we’ve been using one for sometime now taking apart unknown reloads and salvaging the shot and wads. Hope it works for you as it has for us. Glad to see this post, not sure where the one we’ve been using came from, now we know Ballistic is a place to get another. Thanks
Steve the Unloader tool sold on this sight has been a good tool for me I’m not familiar with the one you have illustrated but looks like it should work !!Since most of my shells are coming from reloading I want to waist as little as possible. Little over two five gallon buckets full
Mike the Unloader is a great tool I have owned one for a few years and it performs flawlessly and is made from an very nice specimen of wood !!!Been advertising the world famous "Unloader" for several years since Gary asked me to sell for him while he dedicates his time to building bore mics and unloaders. The devices are made with top quality components and wood that you'll be proud to have on your reloading bench.
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I aslo like my waist to be as little as possible. But I enjoy food too much. I also reclaim shot from "bad" shells. It's too expensive to waste.Since most of my shells are coming from reloading I want to waist as little as possible. Little over two five gallon buckets full