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Old Yesterday, 12:34 PM #31
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My Grip n Pull came in and it does very well for the 8mm mauser.
Plus no longer using the Kinetic, I don't have to sift through the powder for the bullet.
I can just dump the bullet in the box, then dump the powder out. Definitely speeds things up
No significant scratches on the bullet.
the smaller size one ends at 30 cal and I'm mostly doing 8mm so I got the bigger 8mm. I did try the tool on a 30 cal wrapping a cleaning patch around the bullet and it worked fine.
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Ken, do you have one of these grip and pulls? Wondering how much damage (if any) the collet causes on the pulled bullet? Curious, as that's been the problem with the collet pullers I've seen.
This is what I use
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