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      dragon813gt
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      Just a short video of a Star in action. Nothing special and I left the hip-hop music out 😉 I really need to hook it up to run off of air because any sizer kills my elbows anymore.

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      Lroy332
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      Nice video. I am new to casting and have heard about these but this is the first time I actually saw one in use.

      Regards. Lou

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      bullet maker
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      Looks like it works really good. I am in the process of getting a Star.

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      Mike W1
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      Just curious as I’m not in the market for one. Couldn’t tell from the video but I assume there’s some sort of bullet feeder that has to be filled somehow or other. What kind of a process does that amount to?

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      Kevin S
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      Mike W1 if you go to You tube and look up DIY bullet feeders.

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      dragon813gt
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      Mike W1;n5332 wrote: Just curious as I’m not in the market for one. Couldn’t tell from the video but I assume there’s some sort of bullet feeder that has to be filled somehow or other. What kind of a process does that amount to?

      Mine is tube fed. No automatic collator hooked up to it. No one currently makes a nose down feeder for use w/ one. You can see the drop tube in the video. It’s the silver cylinder to the left of the sizer. Magma has all the drawings of the feeder assembly on their site so you can see how it works.

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