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Postby PPCLI-JIM » Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:16 pm

To everyone heres a warning you will be able to throw your eyes away as you will have seen everything now. i need to get a motor that can be speed controlled a controller and a GFI type plug for it . total cost for this was 18 $ for the 2 pillow blocks and the 1/2 " shaft. I will be adding the cost of the motor and switch. so under 100$ it is a piece of 4 " pvc with a cap and 2 small pieces of angle aluminuminumninum, some 1 inch square tubing i had around, i cut a pair of rollers on the backside not shown from some delrin i got from a friend and used a hole saw to cut a pair of them. i have tumbled some brass both 9mm and .223 works great

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Postby squatch » Sun Feb 12, 2017 1:44 pm

Good ingenuity. Looks like it did a good job. I like shiny cases.
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