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  1. The machine is made of stainless steel. It is very simple to operate and performs very well. The disc plates holding the cases are interchangeable for the different calibers and are replaced by removing couple of thumb screws on top. The annealing time could be set simply by turning a potentiometer and varies between 2 and 16 seconds, depending on your certain requirements. During the process, the case is being moved in front of the flame and lands on a base, which spins it to an 80 RPM, ensuring even and fast heating of the neck. Price is £180 including FREE delivery to UK and Europe. I only accept PayPal payments as it is the safest method for both sides. It takes me approximately 10 working days to complete an order from the moment of payment. I use a courier service, which takes 3-5 working days for delivery and the package is trackable online. The machine comes with one disc and any additional discs you may require for different calibers cost £15 each. The reloading trays on the pictures are also orderable at £15 each. If you are interested, please send me a PM and specify the calibers you need it for !!!
  2. Mick Miller

    22 Hornet to 17 Hornet

    Following on from weeks of reading, digesting and trying methods in the pursuit of forming 17 hornet cases from 22 hornet (PPU or RWS the preferred donor case), I though I would prepare a couple of videos that outline my findings and process in the hope that it helps others shortcut the research and get straight into successfully forming 17 hornet cases. I have to say, I love this caliber. It's everything an hmr should have been in my humble opinion. These are the first two videos I've ever done where I narrate, somewhat nasally, over the top. In other words, be gentle chaps.

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