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That looks handy! To the garage I go. Need me one of those. Got to have some metal here to make one out of .
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All I use now is a RCBS "smack puller" and frankly I don't like it.   
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Whatever happened to The Hammer ??  Bucky
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Originally posted by Son of Ed Son of Ed wrote:

Whatever happened to The Hammer ??  Bucky
I always figured Ed would just use his teeth the same way that feller used that new fangled tool.
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I have a hammer and hate it.

I also have the turret-mounted, caliber-specific puller, which works OK, but this puller looks great, I need one!
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The "firing pin" bullet dislodger works pretty well. Sharp Shooter 
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Yeah it sure does but its alot harder to recover the bullet.
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Originally posted by budperm budperm wrote:

Yeah it sure does but its alot harder to recover the bullet.


As well as the powder and primer.
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

The "firing pin" bullet dislodger works pretty well. Sharp Shooter 

This method gets iffy when you are worried that the powder is over charged. Skull Flame
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Thats when you invite thatr annoying neighbor to go shooting...    Whistling
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That's a neat machine. It'd be better if cast bullets were shown being pulled without deformation.
I've beaten sections of fence post to splinters with my "green" hammer and it still looks new and is necessary for cast bullets.
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I use one of those "green" hammers as well. It works pretty good once you find the right technique, I can dislodge a bullet with two or three whacks. Getting the powder out of it is annoying though.
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I use the slap hammer and have a puller similar to the one in the picture.

I put a piece of Jeans or Denim in the bottom so the bullet doesn't deform and slap in a well seasoned 4X4 or 6x6 of Red Oak, it works in 1 whack 2 if it is old 8mm or 7.62 that has the crap crimped out of it...  The powder is easy to get out once it once you have a few hundred bullets smooth the edges and make it round...
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I use the hornady collet press mounted puller. It works extremely well and is crazy fast. But this one looks to be just as quick. Looks like a neat design.
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Prefer my collet puller over the old smacker I have - lot cleaner and can pull without damaging the bullet.
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i like it.
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