Annealeez My Opinion ... Out of the Box

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  1. TerryH

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    Yes, I believe that's what he used.
     
  2. TerryH

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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CXMLIL8/?tag=accuratescom-20
     
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  3. Cloudrepair

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    Thanks for the clamp idea also.:)
    I did not like what i had.:eek: I had what i needed to make this so that's what I've been doing for the last couple hours.
     

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  4. dickn52

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    Where did you get that cantilever torch clamp? That one makes sense.
     
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  5. boltfluter

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    Terry, great addition for 7.00. Makes the machine much more user friendly. Thanks for sharing.:D:D:cool:

    Paul
     
  6. Cloudrepair

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    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.
     

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  7. dickn52

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    wanna make another one? Pm if yes.
     
  8. LGKLAS

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    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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