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Thread: Hornady cam lock bullet puller

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    Hornady cam lock bullet puller

    Just got a chance to use this puller on some estate sale reloaded and military ammunition. Pulled ALOT of ammo. This thing works great. Cost is $30 for the puller and collets are $10. Very easy to use. Factory ammo pulls easily. Military ammo you need to break the glue/sealer that is used. Run the ammo in the appropriate seating die to just break the sealer. You'll hear a crack or pop and its ready to pull. Leaves absolutely no marks when done correctly. If you want to pull alot of bullets this is the only way to go. Quit banging that hammer thing on your reloading bench. A great addition to anyones reloading equipment. Happy reloading , J-Rod

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    That's pretty cool! Seems to be a lot easier then the kinetic pullers.


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    That looks like a pretty slick set up for home use and worth the money.

    I do like going outside, pounding on the ground with the kinetic puller til the neighbors look over and than start talking to myself, do a few circles in the driveway and then go back inside...



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    Hahaha! That is funny stuff!


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    One thing I forgot. When you use the tool the first time you will instictively press the handle down really hard turning your brass into a very impressive accordians. Only takes two to program your brain to press the handle up to pull the bullet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke EB View Post
    Hahaha! That is funny stuff!
    I did go out one day and pop a bullet, neighbor was out, gave me a look like wtf are you doing. I just looked over, smiled and went back inside..lol

    Btw, I dropped your swag off with Wes today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Rod View Post
    One thing I forgot. When you use the tool the first time you will instictively press the handle down really hard turning your brass into a very impressive accordians. Only takes two to program your brain to press the handle up to pull the bullet.
    I can see how this could easily happen a couple of times! We get programmed to use the press the other direction.

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    One squished 45 acp..


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    You perfected the 45 Gap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1911 View Post
    I did go out one day and pop a bullet, neighbor was out, gave me a look like wtf are you doing. I just looked over, smiled and went back inside..lol

    Btw, I dropped your swag off with Wes today.
    Awesome, thanks!


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