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    thread discussing the grip-n-pull
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greglc View Post
    Although I haven't tried one, these look like they would be quick https://grip-n-pull.com/?gc
    Save your money. I got a pair similar, laser cut off a guy on Youtube..



    They wont work with semi wad cutters. They don't work with Truncated cone, or Xmetal 124s. Unless you load them LONG.

    I only successfully used them to pull 115 grn 9mm, Because they had alot more bullet out to grab.
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    The problem with lead semi wad cutters is it's hard as hell to get anything to grip them due to the taper and lack of an exposed flat edge. Even if you can get a grip, you damage them getting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greglc View Post
    Although I haven't tried one, these look like they would be quick https://grip-n-pull.com/?gc
    These will pull them, but your bullets won't be much good when you are done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkR View Post
    These will pull them, but your bullets won't be much good when you are done.
    No they wont, I tired them on a SWC I found in my tool box ( dummy round ) and I couldn't get a grip on them, they would slip off.
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    It's looking more and more like kinetic puller here I come.
    Well it's slow season still so I'll just take them to work.
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    Hmm, what if you were to use something like a .40 collet and grab it by the cone?
    Yeah, you'll need to squish it a good bit, but so what if they'll still go up the feed ramp afterwards.
    Anyone have the means to test the idea?
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    "...a concrete block..." As daft as it sounds, a concrete block is too soft. An igneous rock(hunk of granite with one flattish side.) works a whole lot better.
    A collet style will be much slower. Likely damage the cast bullets too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justice View Post
    "...a concrete block..." As daft as it sounds, a concrete block is too soft. An igneous rock(hunk of granite with one flattish side.) works a whole lot better.
    A collet style will be much slower. Likely damage the cast bullets too.
    My "concrete block" is about 2'x3'x5' and weighs about 5 tons. It's plenty hard and kinda looks like this
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    Well it turns out it is a little over 1000 (by weight) and I have about 400 done already.
    Set out 20 rounds on desk.
    Play a level of Word Wipe.
    Pull 20 rounds apart with kinetic hammer.
    Play a level of Word Wipe.
    Answer the phone maybe while setting out another 20 rounds.
    AAAAND repeat.
    Did I mention it's our slow season at work right now?
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