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Video of Bullet De-Lodger (squib remover) tool in action.

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by btefft, Jan 14, 2009.

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  1. btefft

    btefft Member

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    Video of Bullet De-Lodger (squib remover) tool in action.

    Earlier, I announced the introduction of a new tool to my range bag - a squib remover. Nicholson Performance is where I got it - they call it a Bullet De-Lodger.

    It a nice addition to my bag. Hopefully, I won't need it much. Now, I can do away for my hammer, dowel rods and brass rods.

    I know it's not for everyone, and some may think it is cost prohibitive. That's okay, no problem, but I like it. And I got one. And I'm probably gonna get flamed for "wasting my money", but its my money and to me, I ain't wasting it.

    But for all who are at least curious, you can see it in action at:
    They even fire a squib and use the tool to get it out.
    http://www.nicholsonperformance.com/apps/videos/videos/view/1793742-bt109np-bullet-de-lodger

    Hack
     
  2. btefft

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    Video of Bullet De-Lodger (squib remover) tool in action.

    Earlier, I announced the introduction of a new tool to my range bag - a squib remover. Nicholson Performance is where I got it - they call it a Bullet De-Lodger.

    It a nice addition to my bag. Hopefully, I won't need it much. Now, I can do away for my hammer, dowel rods and brass rods.

    I know it's not for everyone, and some may think it is cost prohibitive. That's okay, no problem, but I like it. And I got one. And I'm probably gonna get flamed for "wasting my money", but its my money and to me, I ain't wasting it.

    But for all who are at least curious, you can see it in action at:
    They even fire a squib and use the tool to get it out.
    http://www.nicholsonperformance.com/apps/videos/videos/view/1793742-bt109np-bullet-de-lodger

    Hack
     
  3. btefft

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    Video of Bullet De-Lodger (squib remover) tool in action.

    Earlier, I announced the introduction of a new tool to my range bag - a squib remover. Nicholson Performance is where I got it - they call it a Bullet De-Lodger.

    It a nice addition to my bag. Hopefully, I won't need it much. Now, I can do away for my hammer, dowel rods and brass rods.

    I know it's not for everyone, and some may think it is cost prohibitive. That's okay, no problem, but I like it. And I got one. And I'm probably gonna get flamed for "wasting my money", but its my money and to me, I ain't wasting it.

    But for all who are at least curious, you can see it in action at:
    They even fire a squib and use the tool to get it out.
    http://www.nicholsonperformance.com/apps/videos/videos/view/1793742-bt109np-bullet-de-lodger

    Hack
     
  4. Daniel1120

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    You keep that in your bag? Its like 5lbs they said. I don't know about you, but my range bag is HEAVY! I MIGHT keep one in the car though, I wouldn't need a squib remover every trip (I hope). Whats the cost?
     
  5. floydster

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    Oh man, how bogus, I'll use my 7" brass rod and my little tack hammer and it doesn't weigh 10 lbs. If you have that many squibs to carry a tool like that around, you need to rethink your reloading habits.:D
     
  6. rcmodel

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    My sentiments exactly.

    Squibs just shouldn't happen if your reloading procedures are in order.

    rc
     
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