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Big Bore Fan
04-23-2010, 14:31
I'm almost finished getting everything I need to start loading. I see there are going to be times that I will need a bullet puller, are the hammer one ok/safe? Beating a bullet out seems wrong to me. The other question is I have the lee loading manual, should I get another manual to compare or can I just use the lee and compare that to company web info? Or the load sheets at Midway.

XDRoX
04-23-2010, 14:59
I'm almost finished getting everything I need to start loading. I see there are going to be times that I will need a bullet puller, are the hammer one ok/safe? Beating a bullet out seems wrong to me. The other question is I have the lee loading manual, should I get another manual to compare or can I just use the lee and compare that to company web info? Or the load sheets at Midway.

It's a good idea to have more than one manual. I like the Speer's one. Lyman makes a great one also. The hammers are perfectly safe and you should definitely get one.

Big Bore Fan
04-23-2010, 19:21
Thank's XD, I picked up the RCBS hammer on my way home. I didn't have time to thumb through the manuals I'll have to go back when I have more time.

XDRoX
04-23-2010, 19:23
Amazon is probably your best bet for a new manual. I have an RCBS hammer as well. It has come in handy on a few different occasions:whistling:

LoadedTech
04-23-2010, 20:08
Bullet hammers are a very good investment! I have a cheap FA and it works fine. I check several sources, and work the load up, Welcome to GT.

Colorado4Wheel
04-23-2010, 20:55
I'm almost finished getting everything I need to start loading. I see there are going to be times that I will need a bullet puller, are the hammer one ok/safe? Beating a bullet out seems wrong to me. The other question is I have the lee loading manual, should I get another manual to compare or can I just use the lee and compare that to company web info? Or the load sheets at Midway.

Most the info in the Lee manual is also available on the web. It's not a bad place to start but I would recommend a better manual. I have the Lee and the Lyman. Hodgon has a free manual as well.