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    Mister Bullet Feeder and Cast Bullets

    anyone have a mister bullet feeder. have you ever used cast bullets . how do they work??
    let's make america great again

    #2
    Have not used plain cast heads, but Ibeji and other coated heads work fine.

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      #3
      good to know. if its a issue i can coat the bullets but im hoping i do not have to
      let's make america great again

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        #4
        I don't think you'll have a problem. You can adjust the drop die and how the feeder flips upside down heads pretty easily.

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          #5
          I just saw that UniqueTek sells the Mr. Bullet for Dillon presses. How do you guys like it? I have the powder check set up and if I am not mistaken, that would come out and the bullet feeder would go in that spot. Is that the case?
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            #6
            Yeah on 5 station presses it replaces the powder check. Alternatively you can use a combo seat crimp die and keep the powder check but I'm not a fan of the combo dies. They work very well.

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              #7
              mister bullet feeder is in. i had tp pick it up from the post office.
              can't wait to get home and get frustrated setting it up.
              i will now hopefully only have to pull the handle and a round should magically appear. LOL
              unless you have a jam and it takes 15 minutes to figure it out
              let's make america great again

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                #8
                Let me know how it goes, please. I'm curious about it and thinking of adding it but I probably wouldn't until fall or winter.
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                  #9
                  It's pretty easy to setup. There's some good videos available

                  http://www.mrbulletfeeder.com/video-tutorials/

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by SRT8 View Post
                    It's pretty easy to setup. There's some good videos available

                    http://www.mrbulletfeeder.com/video-tutorials/
                    yes i viewed them all
                    tks
                    let's make america great again

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                      #11
                      mister bullet feeder works pretty well lost 3 of the ball bearings alread lol

                      need to do some more minor adjustments. cast lubed bullets i believe are just a bit tougher then jacketed
                      but worth it
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                        #12
                        Almost doesn't seem like reloading anymore
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                          #13
                          Not a fan of combo dies, less a fan of squibs. lol

                          Most of what's been run through my Mr.BF has been coated and jacketed, but some "naked" bullets. No issues with what I have, though I imagine what bullet (lube) you're using would make a big difference. Some use harder lubes, others sticky/tacky ones with no doubt will cause more trouble.
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                            #14
                            Just loaded about 500 9mm in about 40 minutes not rushing it at all. I'm sure u can get close to the same results with a xl650 and a bullet feeder. The swaging just makes all the primers seat properly without any issues. I am using a lube that needs to be heated but my issue is some bullets nose do not touch the bottom of the mister bullet Feeder tray and do not get spun around to face upward I may have to adjust the angle of the mister bullet feeder You can easily produce over 1000 bullets a hour with jacketed bullets. It works so well now I would hate to change to another caliber. I shoot 9mm production so I go through those quickly. I can see a lot of time being spent changing to 45 acp but I will have to lube it by then anyway
                            let's make america great again

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