andrew geary: Its crazy people have done this type of mod since 2008 and lee has never fixed there product
MyJt7: I think the music was cool and made it interesting, don't listen to these noobs in the comments :) Keep makin cool vids.
stockdue: Ah ah! You right! effectively it sucks! But in that moment sounded good to me ... "shake the body" ..... ah! ah! ;)
stockdue: If you mont the carbide resizing dies there is no need of lube...
bippie23456: Nice tip.... thanks! The music however sucks... I am ever so thankful for a mute button.
takingu2skoo: do you lube your case's?
stockdue: Till now I never reloaded .38special or .357 mag with the pro1000 but only many many thousands of 9x21 but it shouldn't happen with .38spl or 357mag due to their longer case than 9x19 or 9x21....
stockdue: Simply because the holes are a little too big for 9mm cases. So the case flow down also when is faced up. Hole must be closed as much a case faced on will come down only when is bottom faced to the hole of the tube. This because its baricenter is closest to the bottom.
KingstonSwift: "Interesting but I don't understand why it works? How does that little piece of plastic keep the cases from being inserted upside down? "
The answer is one end of the case is heaveir than the other so gravity trys to spin the cases around before they go down the holes
stockdue: Cal.9 case baricenter is over the half of the case. Due because the holes are a little big for cal. 9 sometime some cases flush down upside down. This mods work because the pieces of plastic stop the case taking its baricenter behind the edge of the hole. More simple to try than explain. Keep a case between fingers and keep it on the hole. The release it with and w/out the hole restriction.
millca68: Interesting but I don't understand why it works? How does that little piece of plastic keep the cases from being inserted upside down?
Lee pro1000 and Load Master 9mm case collator mods5
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