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    Bullet puller

    I am looking to get myself a bullet puller. Any opinions on what type to get? I reload mostly 45 acp , 38 sp, and 30-06.

    Thanks for the help,

    Jeremy

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    The hammer style works great and won't break the bank.

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    If you only need to pull a couple of bullets one of the hammer style pullers is fine. If you need to pull several then a collet style is much easier and faster. I have an RCBS collet type and a Midway hammer style.

    Bob

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    BobT is on the money with an RCBS collet puller. It works beautifully.

 

 

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