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:rock: looks great, kinda moves slow though:biglaugh:
 

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That is great, it may slow things down but what can be better than spending quality time with a daughter
 

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In laws arent really gun people. I cant wait to send it to them. :biglaugh:

I cant wait until she can start shooting. I showed here a pic on the net of a purple glock and now she seems to want one of those. That is fine but she will have to learn and appreciate daddies 1911 collection first.:rock:
 

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Start small, a .22 short would fit her small hands perfectly



 

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best feeder I've seen.......I'm working on the second generation loader! Gotta wait another year or so....you know; product development. :)
 

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Nothing like spending time with your kids
 

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Great job on the bullet feeder!!
I've built three over the years, but unfortunately they have all moved on to make their own.
I will be working with a couple of second generation bullet feeders in the next couple of years, I'll be sure to post a video as soon as I get them up and running!
 

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Way too cute:biglaugh:
 

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Outstanding!!!:rock:

GOD BLESS OUR TROOPS!!!:rock:
 

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That is too cool. I need one of those. Actually I could use two. One to feed bullets and one to feed brass... :biglaugh:
 

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I had a couple of those for a few years. Not very efficient. But, very adaptable to a variety of tasks.

The only problem is the Cherio effect. The more you feed them, the more they eat. Not to mention the majority of operating cost occur after their prime usage years.

Hard to use them as a bullet loader when they're a couple a hundred mile away at college, burning through your paycheck faster than you can make it.
 

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I had a couple of those for a few years. Not very efficient. But, very adaptable to a variety of tasks.

The only problem is the Cherio effect. The more you feed them, the more they eat. Not to mention the majority of operating cost occur after their prime usage years.

Hard to use them as a bullet loader when they're a couple a hundred mile away at college, burning through your paycheck faster than you can make it.
Thanks.


I cant wait for those years. Right now there are no clothing brands and wishes for big toys but I know my time will come as well. We all pay for it in the end some how.
 

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I've got one of those now. She loves to help me by placing the bullets or the cases in my LNL-AP. She just got her first .22 (the fabulous pink Crickett single shot). I am hoping to offset the later operating expenses with a marksmanship scholarship.
 
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