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Thread: Brass case Annealing Machine

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by hero View Post
    Some really smart guys at our club have developed one if you are still interested and not just tyre kicking pm me and I will put you in touch

    Kind regards, Hero
    Many thanks but I'm building one.

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    Annealing

    I got a machine from a guy in Romania or Hungary for 180 brilliant machine found a box of Lapau 6.5 x 55 that shot hard a few years ago, annealed them loaded them for my F class rifle shot them a 300 to 1000yds at Bisley they performed great worth the money.
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  3. #33
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    I got a machine from a guy in Romania or Hungary for 180 brilliant machine found a box of Lapau 6.5 x 55 that shot hard a few years ago, annealed them loaded them for my F class rifle shot them a 300 to 1000yds at Bisley they performed great worth the money.
    Is this the bloke on UKV.

    I'm not on that forum so would appreciate his contact details if possable.

  4. #34
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    You can find Lubo on facebook

    https://www.facebook...ptorvarminting/

    If you are reloading several calibres you may need more than one disk, which brings the cost up, but still worth it.

    or if you want one built in the UK, where one disk does all calibres, try mick miller on pigeon watch.

  5. #35
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    baldycoot
    You can find Lubo on facebook

    https://www.facebook...ptorvarminting/

    If you are reloading several calibres you may need more than one disk, which brings the cost up, but still worth it.

    or if you want one built in the UK, where one disk does all calibres, try mick miller on pigeon watch.
    I found and messaged him.
    Thanks for the info.

  6. #36
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    id buy one, about to hit the buy it from spud button!

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