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Old 11-13-2009, 09:05   #4
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Originally Posted by Reagan40 View Post
It is also only good if you have a great deal of patience, mechanical know how, and the determination to keep working at it for a while to get it right.
That is the truth! I almost sold mine once. Almost smashed it with a hammer another time out of frustration. Once you've worked with it enough, you start to anticipate where the problems can occur.

I eliminated the chain setup and went back to the original powder dispenser. I like it much better.

The best feeling in the world when you are using it is to have that primer set. A sigh of relief every time it goes in without a problem.


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