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I've been loadin for 30+ years and when I quit screwing up brass, I'll think I did something wrong.

Like mt3030 said, I use the pliers and press setup. Works like a charm and is cheap too. Just be sure to get a firm grip on the bullet NOT the case. Case might still be usable if you can run it through the sizing die again. Be suprised what cases I have revived. If they resize well enough to fit in the chamber, fireforming will smooth them right back out. That's one of the beauties of straight cases.
 

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Well he already has the inerta puller he said, but I screwed up some 45-70 loads and drilled out a hole in the edge of a 2x4 that the 45-70 case, but not the base, fit into. Made it deep enough for the bullet to fall out and whacked it on the concrete garage floor till the bullet came out :grin:

Not high tech but it worked, several times I'm afraid to admit. :)
 
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