Discussion in 'Reloading Forum (All Calibers)' started by Lapua40X, Mar 3, 2018.
Yes, I believe that's what he used.
Thanks for the clamp idea also.
I did not like what i had. I had what i needed to make this so that's what I've been doing for the last couple hours.
Where did you get that cantilever torch clamp? That one makes sense.
Terry, great addition for 7.00. Makes the machine much more user friendly. Thanks for sharing.
If you are talking about my red armed unit.
I made the torch clamp part a few years ago and the red arm is a small test indicator holder like the noga type from ebay.
Just faced off the 3/8 screw and drilled and tapped for the indicator arm screw after removing mag base. I plan on making a better torch clamp part that screws directly in the top of arm when I have time.
wanna make another one? Pm if yes.
Good topic! I have been thinking about annealing to: help reduce SD/ES and get a little more life from my brass. And if I do go this route, the Annealeeze machine would be my choice. I got in a good discussion about all this on the 6.5 Creedmoor forum, or, was it Sniper's Hide? (memory) One thing I did not think about at that time, and, in relation to cartridge life is- while annealing will give me more life to my cartridge neck, it will not do a thing for my cartridge case head or loosening of primer pockets. And am wondering therefore whether to anneal at all , at least with respect to brass life. Thoughts? TIA, lg
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