Thanks for the feedback! I messed around with adding a spring, it worked but I found that it was actually easier for me to use without it. Either way I would be interested to see what you come up with.Finally got a chance to try it out, it’s really an awesome tool, particularly for us SA owners that aren’t dumping hundreds of rounds at the range. (With ammo prices as they are most people probably aren’t, anyways, but I digress.). The small form factor is great, as well. I may play around and add a spring and a detent stop for the plunger, but so far so good! I loaded 100 rounds in about 20 minutes, much faster than by hand. I’m sure that will improve once I get the flow down. Nice work!
Glad you like it!702 you did a amazing job after about the first ten rounds I found my pace and cranked out a 250 round belt in just a little while. Only thing is I think I'm gonna add a piece of rubber on the palm portion just to help make it more comfortable, but all around a beautiful piece of work, again you made a very handy tool that's going to be staying with my browning's ammo cans from now on. Was well worth the wait!
Ha! You are not wrong about the rubber, I never doubted you! I've just had bad luck in the past any time it comes to gluing things, and I didn't want to have issues with them falling off. There's also this thing called "feature creep" where you end up adding more and more features until something just becomes too expensive. I figured worst case it shouldn't be too difficult for people to add a pad of some sort if they want to.702lab,
See i told you pad for the palm LOL it is a great design and the production turned out superb ! You deserve the WECSOG (Wiley E Coyote School Of Gunsmithing ) award from the long ago of this forum .Well Done Sir !!!