Originally Posted by Boxerglocker
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
. I really don't mind it to much. Is it just me, or does a 100 primers shaking in my hand scare anyone else..
se carga el diablo de la pistola...
25acp,.223,25-20win,.308, 8mm M, 7mm Rem Mag, 9mm,.40,10mm .45acp, .475 Wildey Mag
On 2 Hornady LNL's And a Super 1050
As Reloaders we should adapt the load to the gun, not the gun to the load.