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Unread 08-28-2013, 09:07 AM
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Re: Check out the GRIP-N-PULL

Thanks, Brandon. I'm in Blackfoot as well is what I meant.
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    Unread 08-28-2013, 09:46 AM
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    Re: Check out the GRIP-N-PULL

    Hi Brandon,

    The standard rifle model has my interest. Does it in any way scratch or mar the bullet after being pulled?

    I appreciate you offering us an introductory discount. Looks like a neat product.

    Mike
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    Hi Brandon,

    The standard rifle model has my interest. Does it in any way scratch or mar the bullet after being pulled?

    I appreciate you offering us an introductory discount. Looks like a neat product.

    Mike
    Hi Mike, It usually leaves a little shiny spot on the bullets after pulling but in no way does that affect accuracy. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Brandon
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    Thanks, Brandon. I'm in Blackfoot as well is what I meant.
    Oh wow OK. Well you can get one at A-Z or call me, whichever you would like. We should go shooting sometime.

    Brandon
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    Re: Check out the GRIP-N-PULL

    Just checking....does the dimension of the hole keep the case mouth from inadvertantly going too far into the tool...thus actually crimping the bullet instead of grabbing it? Does the case stay concentric after pulling just in case there is enough tension to reseat?
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    Just checking....does the dimension of the hole keep the case mouth from inadvertantly going too far into the tool...thus actually crimping the bullet instead of grabbing it? Does the case stay concentric after pulling just in case there is enough tension to reseat?
    There is no way the case mouth will go into the holes so there is not any chance of crimping. The case stays perfectly concentric and you can reseat another bullet right away if you wish. Thanks for the question.
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    Unread 08-28-2013, 06:55 PM
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    Re: Check out the GRIP-N-PULL

    Just wanted to clarify something with the GRIP-N-PULL. It is meant to pull bullets on the meplat portion. Some times when you seat bullets to SAAMI specs or "magazine length" the meplat is covered by the case mouth and all there is showing is the ogive or the ogive is very close to the case mouth.

    Most of the time you can use the next hole down to pull them out far enough to grab with the proper caliber hole. In doing so it will more than likely mark the bullet. In my experience it does not shift POI but it is there. The GRIP-N-PULL is an amazingly simple tool to use and works very well when you have something to grab onto. I just wanted tell everyone so if someone runs into that situation they know about it. Thanks

    Brandon
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