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Old 11-15-2007, 08:01 PM
jim saubier jim saubier is offline
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Default no question there.

many an hour spent on the phone with Randy on bullet making. i've had a couple of mentors along the way, and consider myself blessed that any of them would be so kind and sharing.
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Old 12-06-2007, 06:41 AM
cervelo cervelo is offline
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randy, do you have pictures of your presses?

i am a long time bullet caster and I want to get into swaging. I can't decide if I want to get a corbin press and switch out the dies for each step or get lee (or RCBS) presses for each step.


Thanks for the help and pointing me in the right direction.
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Old 12-10-2007, 02:35 AM
Randy Robinett Randy Robinett is offline
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Talking Lee Cast(iron) Classic Conversion - bullet swaging.

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randy, do you have pictures of your presses?

i am a long time bullet caster and I want to get into swaging. I can't decide if I want to get a corbin press and switch out the dies for each step or get lee (or RCBS) presses for each step.


Thanks for the help and pointing me in the right direction.
Here's a link to a few pics of my initial Lee Classic Cast (iron) "conversion": I also sent these pics to Jim - he may decide to post them here . . but I do not have the ability to do so, thus the link to my photo album. I don't know if this will be just an address or, a "hot" link: http://www.bench-talk.com/forums/5.a...ions=0:1:7:F:0

OOOops, the initial link - directly to my album didn't work - you'll have to use the link (above), then go to the Photo page and look up my album (RGs huntin') to find the conversion pics.

I also sent a drawing and pics to George Ulrich,who, assuming he deems it worthwhile, may offer either kits, full conversions, or both - George has the KNOW-HOW to make it happen. Good shootin'! RG

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Old 12-11-2007, 03:11 PM
cervelo cervelo is offline
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thanks for the reply and photos of your press. it helps me visualize what I need to construct to get make a lee swager.

thanks!
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Old 09-23-2009, 05:57 AM
RyanWare RyanWare is offline
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Default Found some pics

Hi everyone,

I found this old thread that has some pics of Randy's setup. I realize I'm two years late with this reply, but cool pics nonetheless.

http://bench-talk.com/149.html

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Old 09-24-2009, 08:07 PM
HOGGHEAD HOGGHEAD is offline
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Default Bullets???

Does this count?? Probably not. Tom.



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Old 10-06-2009, 04:07 AM
philip philip is offline
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My bench is steel...I`m a welder by trade...It is 1.5"x 1.5" square tube frame .125" wall thickness with a .250" top.

The bench is 14' long with a 5' return down the other wall.

I have some pics, but they are before i put the steel top on it.......
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