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Old 06-15-2017, 08:05 AM
Uncle Mike Uncle Mike is offline
 
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I purchased one from Norm, and it came in yesterday. It works perfectly! I tested it with both .30-06 and .308. I even tested it with blanks, just for the heck of it. Works exactly as advertised.

I justified the expense, because of arthritis in my hands, and carpal tunnel, making it difficult to load the enbloc's by hand. Well worth the money spent.
Hi, My friend asked how I could justify such a purchase. He's in his late 60's and just bought a new Chevy Corvette,. I guess it depends on your out look. I love mine but found that a little grease was needed on the part that ejects the clip. Works like a charm, regards, Mike
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Old 06-15-2017, 08:24 AM
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Hi, My friend asked how I could justify such a purchase. He's in his late 60's and just bought a new Chevy Corvette,. I guess it depends on your out look. I love mine but found that a little grease was needed on the part that ejects the clip. Works like a charm, regards, Mike
The first thing I did was clean the white lithium grease off and put a light coat of Mobil 1 synthetic grease on everything that slides. I put a coat of Mobil 1 synthetic oil on the ejection spring. I also put a very light coat of oil on the track the rounds slide down to be loaded, to help them slide easier. (Before anyone says anything, note the coat of oil is so light, there is no detectible residue transferred to the rounds being loaded into the enbloc.)

Everything moves very smoothly, with minimal effort. I am impressed with the quality of the machining and welds. The only thing I can foresee that may ever need to be replaced is the ejector spring, and that can be easily removed and replaced. I really like that it is parkerized as well.

I view the one time cost of the loader as minimal considering the number of years I will be using it, and how much time and discomfort it will save me. Makes it very worth every penny for me.

Glad you like your purchase as well Mike.
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Old 09-13-2017, 12:22 PM
kenneth kenneth is offline
 
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I think it's pretty neat. As for justification I am hard pressed to justify my M1 Garands.
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Old 09-13-2017, 04:23 PM
Sigpros Sigpros is offline
 
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Ya $425 is way too steep for me. But it is pretty neat. Would sell a bunch if they were like $100-$125
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Old 09-13-2017, 09:17 PM
4gun-drill 4gun-drill is online now
 
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With all of the materials and work it takes to make these, he isn't making a dime at $425. I have one too and it's worth every penny, I just wish I had more ammo to load.
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Old 09-17-2017, 07:10 AM
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Impressive and ingenious tool. I never knew something like that existed for loading enbloc clips.
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