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    My DIY annealing machine!

    I have already sent you a personal message. Please, reply there...
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    My DIY annealing machine!

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    My DIY annealing machine!

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    Annealing Machine

    I now have these for sale... Reloader Rear Rest - Stainless steel adjustable rear bag base with two aluminium knobs for vertical and horizontal adjustments. It quickly disassembles in a more compact unit for just vertical adjustment if you don't require horizontal adjustment.
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    My DIY annealing machine!

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  6. Hello Lubo

    Read your thread re the annealing machine and guess what - I want one.

    My 3 rifles are 204, 22-250 and 6.5x55. I do however reload for 12 other calibres but perhaps I should just go with a 308.

    So with my above 3 calibres + a 308 can you please give me a price for the machine plus discs.

    I assume you will accept Paypal - if so please can I have your email address and I will settle right away.

    Kind regards

     

    Peter

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    2. dicehorn

      dicehorn

      That is kind of you Lubo - many thanks

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      raptor calls

      Hi Peter

      I have shipped your order and you could track its progress here: https://www.speedy.bg/en/track-shipment?shipmentNumber=50544380780

      Please, buy yourself a travel adapter, because the 12V power supply with the machine will be as per European standards

      Something like this will do the job: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/9827590

      It's fuse should be at least 6 Amps

      Please, note that once powered the machine will light up and wait for you to press the START button, but before you do that you need to make sure the disc is positioned correctly! Simply turn it left or right until you have a case hole (case slot) positioned right on top of the arrow shaped yellow LED. Once you’ve done that you could START the machine and set the time by turning the potentiometer.

      Please, leave your feedback in my thread.

      Regards

      Lubo

    4. dicehorn

      dicehorn

      Hello Lubo

      Many thanks for your message.

      I have already bought a replacement plug and connector as recommended by a member off this forum.

      Thank you also for the additional instructions when initially starting the machine up.

      Will of course let you know when received

      Regards

      Peter

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    My DIY annealing machine!

    Thanks Kev!
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    Loading trays cost £15 each, but sending them to UK with the couriers I work would be £20 It's only wort ordering with the annealer, as it gets shipped for free!!!
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    My DIY annealing machine!

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    My DIY annealing machine!

    Thanks Mark! Your opinion means a lot to me. Regards, Lubo
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    More annealers on the way to their new owners...
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    Thanks a lot!
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    PK sent Deker..
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GO-SYSTEM-Fine-Flame-Power-Torch-PT7010H/112649262848?epid=1907616749&hash=item1a3a6b5700:g:~sUAAOSwVqlaEvtc
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    My DIY annealing machine!

    You need 750 DEG Tempilaq : https://www.1967spud.com/shop/tempilaq/tempilaq/ And here is how to use it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmWAotv7Zfg
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