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Lee Loadmaster Rebuild Project

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by sxenopho, May 18, 2010.

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  1. sxenopho

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    Did you have a primer detonation? Cool write up.
     
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    Cool- how old is that sucker?
     
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    I never had a primer detonation on this one myself, but when I got it there were a number of primer feed assemblies, all of which showed burns and scoring, so I reckon the previous owner was pulling his hair out about that.

    I don't know how old it is for sure. It looked pretty banged up and all the parts coated in surface rust, so it had probably lived at a coastal region with high humidity for a while.
     
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