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WTB WA wtb wtt for tumbler separater reloading equipment

Discussion in 'Ammunition Wanted' started by zach, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. zach

    zach Vancouver, Washington New Member

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    Looking to get into reloading, want an rcbs rock chucker kit a tumbler and media separater I have some 22lr ammo I would be willing to trade or purchase let me know what you have
     
  2. nastybynature

    nastybynature ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Active Member

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    I have one of the Harbor freight dual drum tumblers like this.
    I used it for a little while then went to a thumbler's since i am doing 1000's of pieces these days. Comes with some extra belts. One of the drums has a small leak and may need replaced or it could possibly be sealed.. If you are interested let me know what kind of 22lr you have and I will try to work you a good deal. Not really interested in in any of the Remington golden saber.
     
  3. zach

    zach Vancouver, Washington New Member

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    I appreciate the reply just not interested in the harbor freight stuff mostly looking for rcbs stuff
    I have a bunch of winchester and somw federal 22lr ammo
     
  4. HappyRoman

    HappyRoman Sherwood Forest Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Have a Dillon RL500 separator and bin would trade for 22 ammo
     
  5. zach

    zach Vancouver, Washington New Member

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    Is the rl 500 a press? I'll I could find wad a 550
     
  6. HappyRoman

    HappyRoman Sherwood Forest Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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  7. bellarum

    bellarum beaverton Well-Known Member

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    The cheapest/ easiest media separator is easy to make. I took a 5 gal bucket and drilled a thousand holes in the bottom of it. I put the bucket with the holes drilled in it into another new bucket. dump your media/cases into the bucket with the holes in it and bounce the bucket around until all the media falls into the bottom bucket. I can send you a picture of what it looks like if you want. I could also make you one for free if you are interested in picking it up.