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BruniX
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Re: Empty round...

Postby BruniX » Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:00 pm

clovishound wrote:I've never had my kinetic fail to pull a bullet. Some require a couple whacks. Pounding it on the bench will not work. I must use the concrete floor, but it works. I would be looking for something more efficient, if I had to pull more than the occasional bullet.


Also with lead (and long) bullet ?
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Re: Empty round...

Postby Me78569 » Sun Apr 14, 2019 12:11 pm

That Grip and pull looks much nicer than the kinetic puller. Thanks for the tip.
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Re: Empty round...

Postby clovishound » Mon Apr 15, 2019 1:24 am

BruniX wrote:
clovishound wrote:I've never had my kinetic fail to pull a bullet. Some require a couple whacks. Pounding it on the bench will not work. I must use the concrete floor, but it works. I would be looking for something more efficient, if I had to pull more than the occasional bullet.


Also with lead (and long) bullet ?


Well, never pulled any long bullets (I assume that means the heavy rifle bullets), but plenty of cast lead ones. Gotta whack em hard and on the concrete, or a really heavy metal object, like an anvil.
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