Not only that but I don't think it would be any faster. If you watch the video, I spend 95% of the time just grabbing and orienting the rounds and links. The only time you would save with a double linker is the time spent pushing the plunger, which is only a split second.I feel the price would go up too much if he added a second plunger, then it would be a tough decision between his item and a slab loader.
That's interesting! We thought about doing something handheld like that...but I think the workbench mounted approach makes it easier, because you can let gravity help you and just lay everything down flat. But I haven't used the above tool so who knows.Here is what the Brits did for a linker/de-linker. I'm thinking this idea tool could be updated to work with a bunch of different cartridges and links. Unfortunately, I gave this tool to Dolf and he misplaced it. What a surprise.
Still a few weeks out, the bases are all welded up but I still need to weld the plunger assemblies, then send them out for engraving and parkerizing. Meanwhile we are still working on the webstore...if these are done before the webstore is ready I can probably just take a paypal payment and sell them on the forum.When will they be ready for sale