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A fun day at the Pro 2000

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Peter M. Eick, Jan 12, 2003.

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  1. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    Well, the brass is prepped, the pro2000 is calibrated and dies are set to go, primers are in the sleave and the bullets are on the bench.

    The wife and child are visiting the in-laws, the rain is falling and the wind is cold and wet.

    The stereo is on for some background noise, the forums are read, the house chores are done, the paper is read and the mind is clear.

    Now is the time to sit back at the press and crank out a few thousand 9mm rounds!

    Ah, what a great day! By you all!
     
  2. Poodleshooter

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    Ain't life grand? :D
    I'm heading out to the range to test and chrony some .308 handloads and some new home cast minie's in my .50 frontstuffer.
     
  3. renaissance

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    Do I understand correctly that you have a 2000 that feeds primers from a tube (the old way) rather than
    the new RCBS Primer "Strip" method??

    I spoke to RCBS and they said that they did NOT recommend the tube primer adaptor for the 2000.
    Said they found it to be "Unreliable" >> ????

    Sounded funny to me.
    RCBS knocking one of their own products >????

    How does it work for you ???
    How do you like your 2000 in general.
    I have a PIggy II and have been thinking about upgrading.

    renaissance
     
  4. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    When I said sleeve I was refering to the sleeve from cci that the primers come in. If I remember right 1000 primers per sleeve already in the strips for use. The only way I handle primers now adays!
     
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