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Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 8:42 am
[PLEASE READ YOUR DATES, U MAY BE READING A ONE YEAR OLD POST]
The loadmaster has com about with mikesreloadingbench.com
Was lucky to be a chosen beta tester for magic mike's products. I started of buying a canadian hardwood ball handle for my LLM lever. Great for your hand lasting.
Then the turret stabilizer. The dies and holder are solid as a rock and i could tell imediately, and checked OAL, and stuff and you can simply just feel the solidness.
Your LLM PRESS is waiting on you as your perfected rounds are too. Get on board. Very afforadable.
Now back to the beta test: was lucky to be able to test some of the first primer systems for LLM press. Well, incredible out of the box with logic in thinking. It feels like christmas round here.
Posted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 11:35 am
Hey guys this Friday (next paycheck) this is what I want to order:
Turret Stabilizer $10.25 quantity 2 $20.50
Maple Handle Ball $6.95 quantity 1 $6.95
BTP-3 $25.00 quantity 1 $25.00
Mike's small primer $35.00 quantity 1 $35.00
Ok I guess I can wait till he's done with the primer system
But I just added the Turret Stabilizer and the Ball Handel to my cart but the one to add the bullet trays is not apparent. If possible I'd like this flat rated in one box to Virginia.
Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 4:01 pm
A little about the new Primer from Magic Mike.
Well Mike has spent alot of time doing R&D for this new primer system, I here there is one in the works for the Large primer as well as the small. I have the small primer system from Mike.
Mike has made a primer slider system that completely captures the primer and what this has done is eliminate fliped,crushed or missing primers.
I have loaded nearly 1000 rounds with this system, 357 and 40 S&W. I ran 500 rounds of S&W with no problems at all. only stoped to reload the primer tray.
When I got the new SPP system form Mike it came with complete instructions on how to set up it up and the operation of the system.
If you follow the instructions you will not have a problem.
This has really changed loading SPP ammo from a headache and a chore to a pleasent operation.
Couple this with Mikes large wooden ball for the handle to help aleviate sore hands and his Turret stabilizer, I make much bettor and more consistant ammunition.
Take a look at Mike's web site. you won't be disappointed.
Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 5:14 pm
Yep, what he ⬆ said. IT FEELS REAL STRANGE TO HAVE A PRIMER SYSTEM THAT WORKS. I am loading stuff and really dont need any rite now. Its just so much better.
Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 8:45 am
Update on the reloading with the new primer system SPP.
Last night I ran on the LLM
250 rounds of 9MM
300 rounds of 380 ACP
50 rounds of 454 Casull
All of them perfect, 600 rounds, no flipped, missing or crushed primers.
So to date 1600 rounds and counting of great ammo.
Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 10:38 am
Curse you Mike.
You're going to cost me some money now. Congrats on the Primer System redo; now to get that LLM on my list. Be talking with you soon.
Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 11:38 am
sparky, call m. mike and talk with him.
Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2013 12:52 pm
I already have a dialog with Mike. He's a brilliant engineer in my opinion.
Posted: Tue Sep 03, 2013 12:34 pm
Lots of talk from a couple testers on the "new" offering from MM.... I thought the last one he had videos on looked pretty darn good, so where are the videos of this one...will they become available to others? Mike sure seems to do some pretty cool stuff alright..but we all want more info..even me and I don't even own a LM anymore...but if a reliable priming system became available I would sure take another look at one...
Posted: Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:04 pm
Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 1:56 pm
The "shake break" is magic mikes new'est mod l have completed. This is the best one even with primer system mod and help primer system equally.
below is: shake breakbar & alum triangle. He will fix one up for ya. Email magic mike.
Its not bolted to floor, just set's there on its rubber pad.
Posted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 12:52 pm
I am having the "Shake Brake" plates made at this time. Should be available at the first of the new year. They are made of 10ga crs and will be bright zinc plated. I will furnish them with the required nuts and bolts for mounting. I don't have a firm price yet as I am waiting on a revised quote for some laser engraving.
Posted: Fri Feb 07, 2014 4:34 pm
Talked to Mike via phone the other day. Interesting guy. Although I am not having major problems with my press, I felt that things could be better. SOOO, I have joined the group.
Ordered his ARS priming system, a new handle ball which I hope will ease my arthritic hands, and two turret stabilizer plates.
Looking forward to making my LLM run as smooth as Carload9 says his is doing.
Posted: Fri Feb 07, 2014 5:26 pm
When you get it all set up with Mike's stuff, post a video of how she runs, just like CL9 did.
Posted: Mon Oct 03, 2016 1:16 pm
Do you make the shell plates for 9mm?