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Boxerglocker 01-17-2013 20:44

Vibra prime sighting at Shot Show!
 
It's coming back! :supergrin:

http://www.brianenos.com/forums/inde...4#entry1851914

http://photos.imageevent.com/cas6969...size/photo.PNG

jmorris 01-17-2013 21:56

Now all you need is primers...

IndyGunFreak 01-18-2013 05:42

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Originally Posted by jmorris (Post 19879061)
Now all you need is primers...

:rofl:

Wonder what it will cost? Back in the day, I believe it was around $25-$30. I can't see them selling it for that anymore, not after they've seen what people pay for Dillon's.

IGF

shotgunred 01-18-2013 06:52

$46. plus 10 shipping at midway

Boxerglocker 01-18-2013 12:07

I have to admit pecking primer tubes manual doesn't really bother me at all. I usually load 200-400 rounds at a sitting and it takes me 4-8 casual minutes. That time gives me the opportunity to get into the "Zone" as you will. I go over my load at that time in my head, make sure that I've done my other primarily prep for the upcoming loading session.

I definitely can not justify the Dillon primer filler, no matter how I try. $50 for a Vibra -Prime though, no brainer.

IndyGunFreak 01-18-2013 12:11

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Originally Posted by Boxerglocker (Post 19880973)
I have to admit pecking primer tubes manual doesn't really bother me at all. I usually load 200-400 rounds at a sitting and it takes me 4-8 casual minutes. That time gives me the opportunity to get into the "Zone" as you will. I go over my load at that time in my head, make sure that I've done my other primarily prep for the upcoming loading session.

I definitely can not justify the Dillon primer filler, no matter how I try. $50 for a Vibra -Prime though, no brainer.

That's my thinking.

unclebob 01-18-2013 16:11

Donít know about the new one. But the old one I never could get their filler tubes to work right. I just held the Dillon ones in place instead of the Vibra Prime. It is well worth the 47.00. Glad to see they came back out with it.

Colorado4Wheel 01-18-2013 21:20

I just pre fill 6 tubes I got when I am bored. The more rds I need to load (anything over 300) I actually enjoy the break from pulling the handle to load a primer tube.

unclebob 01-18-2013 21:51

When I take a break the last thing I want to do is spend the time loading primer tubes. I want to take the break away from the loading bench.

Boxerglocker 01-18-2013 22:13

I ain't gonna lie... it would just be cool to have a Vibra-Prime in the reloading tool box. :cool:

EL_NinO619 01-19-2013 00:14

Quote:

Originally Posted by Boxerglocker (Post 19880973)
I have to admit pecking primer tubes manual doesn't really bother me at all. I usually load 200-400 rounds at a sitting and it takes me 4-8 casual minutes. That time gives me the opportunity to get into the "Zone" as you will. I go over my load at that time in my head, make sure that I've done my other primarily prep for the upcoming loading session.

I definitely can not justify the Dillon primer filler, no matter how I try. $50 for a Vibra -Prime though, no brainer.

I'm with you, I just zone out also thinking about my loads or women :dunno:. I really don't mind it to much. Is it just me, or does a 100 primers shaking in my hand scare anyone else..:wow:

unclebob 01-19-2013 10:10

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Originally Posted by EL_NinO619 (Post 19883841)
Is it just me, or does a 100 primers shaking in my hand scare anyone else..:wow:

What bothers me is when they are going from the pickup tubes into the primer magazine.

jmorris 01-19-2013 15:59

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I'm with you, I just zone out also thinking about my loads or women . I really don't mind it to much. Is it just me, or does a 100 primers shaking in my hand scare anyone else..
No they fly them around the world, sometimes more than once and they don't go off. Don't force them and you will be fine, same as women.

CarryTexas 03-01-2013 21:19

They're in stock now at Midway.

sdelam 03-01-2013 22:13

And I just placed an order yesterday, ahhh

Boxerglocker 03-01-2013 22:47

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Originally Posted by CarryTexas (Post 20046866)
They're in stock now at Midway.

Did you actually get one ordered while it listed "in stock"?

I got the notice this morning and checked immediately and it still showed out of stock... checked again several times. The due date moved from 2/28 to 3/1 now at 5/13.

CarryTexas 03-02-2013 10:13

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Originally Posted by Boxerglocker (Post 20047157)
Did you actually get one ordered while it listed "in stock"?

I got the notice this morning and checked immediately and it still showed out of stock... checked again several times. The due date moved from 2/28 to 3/1 now at 5/13.

Yes, ordered it yesterday.

jmorris 03-02-2013 20:06

I didn't get the notice, guessed they kicked it after moving the expected date to mid May. A thread on BE alerted me yesterday and I ordered a few, have to say their "dealer" price leaves something to be desired these days.

Boxerglocker 03-02-2013 20:09

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Originally Posted by CarryTexas (Post 20048243)
Yes, ordered it yesterday.

yeah you can order...

CarryTexas 03-02-2013 20:14

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Originally Posted by Boxerglocker (Post 20049952)
yeah you can order...

Just checked and it shipped out today. Should have it mid next week.


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