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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

I completely agree (they used to be $25 now $28 and they should be more, the material cost alone (even if he can recover the recyclables are right there)...

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  • Aluminum loading block

    The original cnc machined aluminum
    loading block. Milled to a precise fit,
    brass won't rattle. The block is sturdy
    and heavy with rubber pads for grip.

    Made for every caliber between .22LR
    and .600 Nitro express.
    

    $16.50 for .22LR blocks
    $28 for most sizes.
    $31 for .338 Lapua, .45-70, etc.
    $33 for BMG, CheyTac, etc.

Some you will think this is a waste but others will understand why it is so important to know the difference between bullets to sort them out and how stacking them in regular trays can be a pain when you bump something...
  • Bullet Sorting Tray

    Any precision shooter knows that it
    helps to sort bullets. Whether you sort
    by weight, ogive length, or bearing
    surface, this block will help you group
    them neatly and achieve those small
    groups you're looking for!
    

    Available for sizes .22 to .338
    $16.50

I would not hesitate.

These are worth the $$$.

No other material could come close to the look and the feel, these are done on Precision CNC machines while some of you might think that takes the person out of the equation someone still has to take the time tool setup, place, tool change, and watch the tool paths and then do the polishing.

They are something to behold...

Thanks BD (their is just something about calling you big d*!@y) and thanks TOM. I will be getting some more bullet sorting trays.

Yea, you OBVIOUSLY don't have enough...
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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

I couldn't in all fairness post any words above.

The pictures speak for themselves.

Well worth the $$$ he could charge more and you still would be getting more than what you paid for.

These are machined to .0001 That is pretty darn good, they are absolutely the nicest reloading accessories / tools I have ever had and will ever own, on the back side of the .223 They are Keepsakes Engraved to my family, since I know they will never go bad, if you know someone who reloads and you don't know what to get them for that special occasion, B-day, Fathers Day, Memorial Day, HECK I WOULDN'T BE MAD TO GET THESE FOR CHRISTMAS. etc... THESE ARE IT>>>for that hard to shop for person.

I am even surprised by the finish I do not know why but this guy puts in the extra time to do a high polish AWESOME....


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I got to order more in a week or so. I have to many iron in the fire to even think right now.
 
 
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alright guys, Tom has done it again. Get your custom drink holder for your work bench's.
He dose awsome work as you can see from the post in this thread. let keep him busy for a month on trying to get the orders made and out.
 
These are beverage coasters, designed to look like brass headstamps... I just made here a few examples, but I can make most any kind.

They'll be made from aluminum, anodized to a brass color, with a pressed in silver primer for an authentic look. (these pictured ones do not have a silver primer but you get the idea)

I'm running the group buy until June 20th, then I'll make them all and send them out for anodizing.

I'm sure many of you know the quality of my work and these will be no different. Expect top notch product as always!

 
 
 
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In my future I see some .338 LAPUA W/  LAPUA  "L"

Another Great Gift Idea...



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Yeah, I want a set of 308 Win,338RUM and 300 Win Mag, 243 Win, 500 S&W, and a few others.
with BigDaddy0381 wrote on one side, if the space is avaliable.
 
They look good.
 
 


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Just ordered 8!  Tom's work must be seen in person to truely appreciate it - very nice stuff.

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So how is it all comming out? Tom taking care of you guys like always?
 
 
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This is being done as a group buy over on the "hide".  The deadline is in June sometime.  Once all the orders are in, he's gonna make them and ship them out.
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Oh yeah, I forgot that small detail. Thanks for the reminder.
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I'll be in Az in June, we need to get together.
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Originally posted by 338LAPUASLAP 338LAPUASLAP wrote:

In my future I see some .338 LAPUA W/  LAPUA  "L"

Another Great Gift Idea...



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Pic's of the coasters?
 
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