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Post by tk378 on 6/24/2011, 7:13 pm

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Post by Founder on 6/24/2011, 9:33 pm

Here it is my lonely Square Deal

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Post by BE Mike on 7/29/2011, 4:58 pm

[img][/img]This is an old photo. There have been some changes made. The biggest changes are that the drill press and vise have been relocated to another work bench and the RCBS single stage has been mounted and used extensively.
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Post by BE Mike on 7/29/2011, 5:16 pm

tk378, I have a S&W M&P poster just like that in my reloading room, but it is in Spanish.[img][/img]
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Post by Larry Lang on 7/29/2011, 5:42 pm

Here's couple of shots of my CPM loader on rolling bench:

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Post by BE Mike on 7/29/2011, 6:19 pm

That's one cool outfit. I've never seen a CPM reloading press before. I'll bet that they are pretty rare.
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Post by Larry Lang on 7/29/2011, 6:44 pm

BE Mike wrote:That's one cool outfit. I've never seen a CPM reloading press before. I'll bet that they are pretty rare.

Yes I'd never heard of them before I "won" it (unopposed) in a shooting club auction. Thank God all the parts were there. They were produced in the mid to late '60s and today nobody but me will admit to owning one. It took me many hours to get it set up to where it will reliably load 200g H&G68s. It chokes on 185s.

Having auto indexing, case and bullet feed makes a BIG job restarting after a jam or doubt of any of the processes.

1 pos size, 2 pos bell and decap, 3 pos prime, 4 pos charge, 5 pos seat, 6 pos crimp. It uses Pacific bushings to measure powder charges. The bullet feed holds about 25 qty. The only slowdown is feeding bullets and primers, otherwise it will chuck out a cartridge each second or two. It catches spent primers through a hole in the cart into a JIF peanut butter jar. (my innovation)

Dave Wilson was very helpful in getting me off the ceiling and back to loading.

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I love it and hate it. (I load my .38 wadcutters on my Dillon RL550B)
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Post by dan allen on 7/30/2011, 3:34 pm


This is mine. The Square Deal came as part of a package from the widow of a local shooter and also included a Dinan built .45. The turret press is a Lyman Tru-Line Jr. that originally used old style dies with a much smaller threaded body than we use today. I drilled and threaded it to take modern dies. It was in my fathers things when he passed. He was into shooting but not reloading that I know of. Check out the powder reservoir on the homemade powder measure. That is from my time as a starving machinist with a lot more time than money on my hands.

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Post by tk378 on 7/31/2011, 7:57 am

That is neat. First one I have ever seen in Spanish. My dad got his from S&W many years ago. He gave it to me.



BE Mike wrote:tk378, I have a S&W M&P poster just like that in my reloading room, but it is in Spanish.[img][/img]
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Post by tk378 on 7/31/2011, 7:59 am

Was this machine similar to the Star? It looks similar in some ways. Tad





Larry Lang wrote:Here's couple of shots of my CPM loader on rolling bench:

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Post by BE Mike on 8/25/2011, 10:52 am

One of the interesting things about the S&W poster in Spanish is that the front sight in Spanish is called, "punta de mira" or literally translated, "looking point". They are spot on with that nomenclature. Now if I could always get my eye to look at the "punta de mira".
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