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  1. You might try here: http://lapidarysupplies.com/catalog_pages_2019/page_05.pdf I assume vibratory type? I believe these motors have bearings and not sleeves, big difference in life expectancy. You may want to call Minnesota Lapidary. Their page claims they will work with you to find that correct solution. 106202 Replacement Motor for U-V 10 $141.10 106204 Replacement Motor for U-V 18 $246.75 106206 Replacement Motor for U-V 45 $246.75
  2. I like the Dawn (blue) idea. You also might try silicone spray on the gasket so it does not grab. Make sure both sides are coated.
  3. I use a leaders pot and propane camp stove to render wheel weights. I suggest not using your casting pot to cleanup scrap lead.
  4. My take? Buy once. Decide how many shells you'll reload per week. Don't forget to include practice rounds. Remember mid-priced machines make better shells than cheap but useable machines, They resized the brass base as part of the reloading process MEC Sizemaster would work for 50 to 100 rounds per week My cheap/poor skeet shooting friends use a MEC Grabber but they shoot 200 to 500 rounds per week. My rich/old skeet shooter friends swear by Ponsness/Warren. Since they are retired and shoot in the 1,000 shells per week range range. it still doesn't make sense as PW is a year wait and unaffordable. The Sizemaster, when lubed, should last a lifetime and makes good shells. It helps to standardize on similiar shells as setup is a time waster. I use Claybuster Wads purchased by the case. From old, 1 piece, Winchester AA hulls I get 7 to 10 reloads. This is for an over/under and after 5 reloads I doubt they would work in a pump. Don't forget to save the boxes.
  5. Depends. What bullet, what weight? For H&G molds 185 and 200 gr. lead Winchester 231.
  6. Is this what you are looking for? https://apps.apple.com/us/app/cas-scoring/id1435903652
  7. I would compare your load with 38 to 357. I would not go much below, if at all, the 357 starting load.
  8. This worked for me. https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1982324820
  9. After you relieve the stock, find a diabetic friend who uses syringes and 32 gauge, very fine, needles. Fill with Tite Bond and slowly fill the crack at various locations. Clamp and wait a few (3) days.
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