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Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by GRIP N PULL, Jul 12, 2013.

  1. GRIP N PULL

    GRIP N PULL Official LRH Sponsor

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    Hello I am a new member here and a site sponsor. My company GRIP-N-PULL, LLC. makes the latest and greatest reloading tool available called the GRIP-N-PULL. It is a new bullet puller that works better than anything else on the market. I wanted to say hi to everyone on here and hope to be here a very long time. I can't wait to show you all what we are about. Thanks

    GRIPNPULL
     
  2. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    I bought one of these and the mail lady delivered it just an hour ago.

    Pretty cool. I have used several different bullet pullers of the years and ended up not really liking any of them much.

    Haven't tried this yet but it has great promise.

    I found the following on YouTube just now.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEk59YgcTw4"]Introduction to the GRIP-N-PULL - YouTube[/ame]
     

  3. GRIP N PULL

    GRIP N PULL Official LRH Sponsor

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    Thanks Len, I hope you enjoy using your GRIP-N-PULL. I am excited to be a sponsor on the LRH.
     
  4. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    awesome little tool very impressed
     
  5. GRIP N PULL

    GRIP N PULL Official LRH Sponsor

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    Here is information on price and how to order. You can call or email with any questions.

    We have a web site at:

    Coming Soon - Future home of something quite cool

    but it is still under construction. We hope to have it up and running in the next week so you can just go there and order. Thanks everyone.
     

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  6. flyingblind7

    flyingblind7 New Member

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    Are you able to send your product to Australia?
    Its an amazingly simple product which looks as though it will beat the competition for shear speed and ease of use.
     
  7. coues7

    coues7 Well-Known Member

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    Seems like a great product.....the biggest question I have is does it damage the bullet?
     
  8. GRIP N PULL

    GRIP N PULL Official LRH Sponsor

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    Yes we can send them to Australia. I have sent one to Australia already. I ship them flat rate priority mail and to get it to Australia it goes priority flat rate international for $23.95. This way there is tracking information and it is simple.

    Coues7- It does not hurt the bullet in the least. There is a little shiny spot on the bullets after getting pulled by the GRIP-N-PULL. It is so much faster than using the inertia pullers or the collet puller. Thanks

    Brandon
     
  9. jhibbard24

    jhibbard24 Well-Known Member

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    love it already. want to buy one asap. great looking tool that is so simple but innovative to our world of shooting and reloading

    what material is the tool made of? aluminum? composites?
     
  10. jhibbard24

    jhibbard24 Well-Known Member

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    not trying to bitch but I will say that $40 seems a little steep for a tool like this. sorry, not trying to insult you either.
     
  11. GRIP N PULL

    GRIP N PULL Official LRH Sponsor

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    Not insulted at all. I have heard that before. If you compare this to say the inertia puller for 25-30 bucks yes it might seem too expensive. As for the inertia puller, try to pull a 338 lapua or 300 RUM or 7mm RUM. You simply can not do it because they will not fit. Also the inertia puller makes more noise than it is worth. Plus the powder stays in one place with the GRIP-N-PULL. Where should I stop?

    If you compare the price to the collet pullers people use then it is a godsend because with the collet puller you have the initial investment of 25 bucks to get the setup that screws into your press like a die. Then after you have that you have to buy a different size collet for every caliber you want to pull. To buy all the calibers you can pull on just the standard rifle GRIP-N-PULL it will cost you around 140-150 dollars.

    It might seem too expensive when you first see it but I assure you it only "seems" that way. I invite you to try one and if you don't like it then send it back for a refund. It is made from stainless steel. Thanks