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New Loadmaster video

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by darwin-t, Nov 22, 2007.

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  1. darwin-t

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  2. FieroCDSP

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    Not bad. It's as boring as any other Loadmaster video, but there's decent info in there.

    Question: Aside from the oil transfer from the case-slider, were you having trouble with the feeder and that's why you ditched it?
     
  3. darwin-t

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    When I was loading 9mm I never had a problem with it.except sometimes the cases would fall over while being "inserted". Once in a while a case would fall into the feed tube upside down.

    When I switched to .45 ACP I had some trouble getting the case inserter adjusted correctly.

    I tried loading without it and actually liked it better, so I never put it back on.
     
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    Ah.... just curious.
     
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    I got a lot of "run out" on my Lee Progressive, when loading 9 mm.
    I have never seen anything complicated with the LEE name on it that impressed me as high quality. I was really un-impressed by the nylon gears.
     
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    Gears? What gears? What is "run out"?
     
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    run out has to do with the concentricity of one thing to another. In this case i would imagine that fearless leader was referring to the case plate rotating to the dies. If there was no run out each shell would line up perfectly with each die. Run out would cause some cases to line up better then others.

    I'm not sure about nylon gears. But lee does use a nylon ratchet in their classic turret. I'm not a fan of the auto advance on the turret press. however I am a huge fan of lee stuff.

    Also good video, i think it is the most complete video on the loadmaster out there. Well done.
     
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