derbyacresbob wrote:I have a small Craftsman phillips head screwdriver that works great for opening up the crimps on 12 ga shells.
Once I got the nack of how to use this screwdriver I could open up the crimps on 100 shells in not very much time at all.
3200 man wrote:Wow ! With Bill offering to buy this invention ,without , asking if you wanted him to endorse it for a free one , says a lot
for his confidence in you Joe ! He must need to replace some TSS with some good round steel shot......
What better fella could you have promoting a tool like this ?
lostknife4 wrote:I am reading with increased regularity of reloaders de-loading ammo to get the shot to use in other gauges and for other reasons so I believe that although it may be a niche market there is a demand for a product that does what BT says it does. At least if it ever goes to market the customers will be told the truth, not like some marketing propaganda that seems to be filling a lot of posts in the past.
"Besides replacing TSS with steel shot ??? ...Blasphemy I say........" Absof.....glutely !!!!!!!!!!!!
lostknife4 wrote:Added to that BT it's a question about actually being able to get those components as components and not loaded ammo. I am using odd powder and shotcups that I have had for years because I cant get the components that I have run out of so its a de-load situation for me, especially 10 ga.
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