SOLD/EXPIRED FS Wooden Loading Blocks

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by robdaniels, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. robdaniels

    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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    Wooden Loading Blocks

    I would like to gauge the interest in these besides selling them before I make a lot of them.
    The Small Caliber block will work for a case up to .470 dia. and the Large Caliber block will work with a case up to .570 dia.
    $10 plus $3.50 shipping.
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  2. remcraz

    remcraz Well-Known Member

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    Got my and they work great Good job and thanks
    Thanks
     
  3. Norseman

    Norseman Well-Known Member

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    I would be interested in some for a 240 Weatherby, 9.3X62 Mauser and 7mm Remington Magnum and the 338 Edge (338/300 RUM). It must be a tight fit though not real tight as the plastic ones are a sloppy fit and it takes longer to line up the powder funnel because the brass is moving around.
     
  4. robdaniels

    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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    The loading blocks are small caliper (.470 dia.) and the large caliper blocks are (.570). Measure you're cases too see want kind of fit you would have.
     
  5. bubba41

    bubba41 Well-Known Member

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    how tall are they and how deep are the slots
     
  6. fuzzystead

    fuzzystead Well-Known Member

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    PM Sent
     
  7. robdaniels

    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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    The blocks are 4.5 inchs wide x 9 inchs in length.
    Thickness is 3/4 inch with the holes 1/2 inch deep.
    Thanks for asking
     
  8. robdaniels

    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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  9. fuzzystead

    fuzzystead Well-Known Member

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    received mine today - a big one and a little one - both very nice - Well worth the fee
    Thanks Marlin
     
  10. robdaniels

    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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    Back to the top for the weekend.
    Come on guys, who needs some great hand made loading blocks.
     
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    robdaniels Well-Known Member

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