yes, bullet feeders again


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AbitNutz
December 28, 2008, 09:25 PM
I'm new to this forum but I've searched the site and Googled the world...and I mean that in the kindest possible way.
I take it the KISS bullet feeder is no more? Its kissed the big one? ...no wait. You know what I mean.

It may not make too much difference for me anyway as mostly shoot my own cast bullets and I don't think any bullet feeders will do this.

I'm waiting for the new LnL's W/EZject to come off of back order. I have a Dillon 550B and am mostly happy with it but thought I'd try red for once.

One day I'll see if I can burn down the house with a Magma "Master Caster" but every time I look at one it seems to have gone up to the point where now it costs more than myrrh.

OK..enough rambling...thanks

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jmorris
December 29, 2008, 11:08 AM
The KISS is on hold due to a legal battle. GSIinternational makes one for the 650 and 1050. gaspariusa.com also makes a bullet feeder. I have the KISS unit and a few GSI’s but have never tried the gaspari unit. I prefer the GSI’s as they allow retention of the powder check die but they don’t make them for rifle bullets (why I have the KISS). The KISS collator is a very simple design that works great as long as you’re not using cast bullets. If you search here you’ll find a post around ‘05 that has a homemade collator I built for using cast bullets that was very effective. While you’re at it there are also posts on my homemade bullet casting machine that’s based on the mastercaster.

AbitNutz
December 29, 2008, 08:10 PM
Thanks so much for the info...I'll begin my quest.

RickRak2000
February 28, 2009, 12:46 PM
Do a Google search for Mr. Bulletfeeder TM. The KISS trademark will no longer be used due to the legal dispute between my ex-partner and I.

Loosely quoting Shakespeare...

A Rose by any other name is still a Rose.

By the way, wax lubed cast lead bullets will work fine in the collator if you dust the bullets with some powdered mica. Just put the bullets in a coffee can, toss in a little powdered mica and coat the bullets. Prettty slick. (pun intended) You can get the mica from MidwayUSA and others.

Rick / RAK Systems, LLC

lgbloader
February 28, 2009, 01:07 PM
The GSI's are pretty slick. I have had my eye on them for my two XL650's. I have almost bought these a couple of times but I am afraid that if I do, I may fall asleep pulling the handle. That's the only reason I don't own 2.

LGB

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