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One might notice a few mistakes safety wise in this video. Do not attempt at home!

The part where the guy is squeezing the round with pliers to try fitting it into his gun better comes to mind, among a few others:

 

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The guy is luckier than a skinny turkey at Thanksgiving! Pliers to squeeze the bullet in deeper.....recipe for disaster.....bullets too wide....another recipe for the same.
God gave this guy good looks.....but skimped in the gray matter department.
 

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What is this guy's address? I want to send him a copy "Cast Bullets".

This is why I am skeptical of youtube. So many people making videos on topics they are not familiar with. I'd hate to think what a noob would do after watching this video.
 

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One might notice a few mistakes safety wise in this video. Do not attempt at home!

The part where the guy is squeezing the round with pliers to try fitting it into his gun better comes to mind, ......
Not that I've ever used one, but isn't that basically what the Lee factory crimp die does? Would seem so going by descriptions of function.
 

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Not that I've ever used one, but isn't that basically what the Lee factory crimp die does? Would seem so going by descriptions of function.
Bill I will not say what I did it had to be 15-18 years ago in my first reloading days in a 6'X6' storage room and a LR primer went off "it was frigg'in loud".I just told myself you are a F%#*in idiot Kevin.:D I had some of that same feeling coming back watching this.
 

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Decades ago I provided a certain amount of technical advice/expertise for a boutique loading business. They had a couple of the first Dillon 1000 series loaders. I'd chided them for a lack of a maintenance schedule. I happened to be in the next room when they had a chain fire in the primer supply tube of one of the Dillons or the tube being filled by the primer tube loading machine.

It was an interesting experience. It led to a rigidly performed maintenance/cleaning program-without my saying a word. I guess being in the room was sufficient preview of the future for the troops.
 

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Given YouTube's announced restrictions (which could include reloading), InRangeTV's Karl Kasorda seems to be bearding the lion:
 
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