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More than a year...

Postby Ranch Dog » 18 Apr 2022 14:50

Since I pulled a ram as I've been busy with the new place and the retirement job. Decided to go ahead and start setting up in my barn shop as it still might be a while before I can get it where I want it.

It almost seems illegal to have this many presses.

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Re: More than a year...

Postby Louwtji » 18 Apr 2022 23:55

Daaaaammnnn its going to look awesome !!!! Do you use all those presses?
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Re: More than a year...

Postby Ranch Dog » 19 Apr 2022 04:26

Louwtji wrote:Daaaaammnnn its going to look awesome !!!! Do you use all those presses?

I was using them while my home was on the ranch. I've moved to a smaller property without a rifle & pistol range, so I'm trying to get that figured out.

I had one press dedicated to short cartridges without the tapered-bullet seating pistol dies (no bullet feeder): 25 Auto, 218 Bee, 25-20 Win, 30 Carbine, 32-20 Win. A second press handled small primer 9mm cartridges: 380 Auto, 9mm Luger, and 9mm Makarov. A third was for the 45 Auto; I have both a pistol and a rifle, so a slightly different setup for the individual needs. Finally, the fourth press was for the 7.62x39 (Mini-30).
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Re: More than a year...

Postby Ranch Dog » 02 Jun 2022 06:10

Ranch Dog wrote:Since I pulled a ram as I've been busy with the new place and the retirement job. Decided to go ahead and start setting up in my barn shop as it still might be a while before I can get it where I want it.

Well, that didn't work out. I started to have corrosion issues out in the shop. My shop has a window AC unit that does a fair job of removing the moisture, but the shop is just not sealed well enough for our high-humidy environment. I moved my small bench and all the presses back into the house. I will need to buckle down and get rid of the things that I don't have an immediate need for.
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Re: More than a year...

Postby GasGuzzler » 02 Jun 2022 19:03

Call me. (wink)
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