I guess my issues, is that after class, the newbie is not setup.
Originally Posted by anyplainjoe
My first press took me 5+ hours to get mounted (including driving around for the right sized bolts), assembled, and everything spaced & feeding correctly. After that experience, the next press i did for a friend took 30 minutes. For a newbie I think it's a very good deal.
I guess I am mechanically inclined. I setup my first press quicker than that.
But after graduating high school and then college, and moving the mounting of the same press took a good bit longer than 30 minutes.
What you did for a friend is probably worth a couple hundred dollars. In the end your friend was setup and ready to go. If you let them do the setup (taking longer than 30 minutes) it would probably worth even more.
If $50 is the going rate, I am very inclined to do a video that they can watch again and again and again.
If someone is more inclined to do something more personal, maybe I should go the full distance. Show up at their house, start from where ever they are and stick around until they have their first loaded round, charging an hourly rate.