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Post by paulj Wed Sep 13 2023, 13:54

Trying to choose a bullet feeder for low volume reloading.  Is there any reason that I shouldn't choose the RCBS bullet feeder?

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Post by Pinetree Wed Sep 13 2023, 18:43

It only holds 20-25 bullets, so I don't see any real advantage.

To me, the time spent filling up the tube would (probably) be equal to the amount of time it would take to place the bullet individually.

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Post by Wobbley Wed Sep 13 2023, 19:31

Best way is to buy additional plexiglass tubing.  You can cut them to length and swap them out. Use a small block of wood to drill the hole for the “hairpin” bullet retainer.  There are caps that will seal the top.  I find that you can fill tubes while watching the nonsense on your tv.  Then store them as filled tubes.  Also change tubes with the ram and a case in the die.  You might lose one, but the tube could empty if you don’t.
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