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  1. Doing some cleaning in the room today. Sorting through bags of brass and combining them to get a bit more space and organization in the 223 brass area. Commercial cases have been segregated by head stamp but I had a couple of boxes of bags combined so it was time to work on them. I have to separate out the commercial vs the military and then the military by state of processing. Got the big Dillon back from them yesterday when I stopped by their shop. They replaced the springs on it as they were sagging and the bowl just was quivering and not moving the media around. I've had this one since about 1991 so I guess the springs were tired after the thousands and thousands of pieces of brass it had done and always holding a bowl full of media up. They even gave me a new lid and hold down knob. I had not taken it in with the tumbler but once again they went the extra mile. I finished cleaning up about 400 32 Special cases for a young fellow that I have been helping out. Now we have to size and trim the little buggers so he can have some blasting ammo for his rifle. Those 32's are sure big compared to a 223!! LOL I had to buy a trimmer pilot for the 32's as I have never owned a 32 caliber cartridge gun. I have just about everything now except a 338 or 416 pilot. I use a Forster Trimmer with a power screw driver attachment to trim my lower numbered cases. the 204's, 223's and 6 MM's get trimmed on the Gracey or the Dillon. So what is going on with you all? Greg
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