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After looking into a patent, and talking to others who have been thru it, I have decided that getting a patent just isn't worth it, the cost of about 30k and having to fight someone in court just doesn't make much sense. I do plan on selling them if I get enough interest, and I'm looking at all cost of producing them at this time, I really want to make this a plug and play set up and I'm trying to keep the cost under 300 dollars.
I just bought this 1050 for .223 and to get a feeder set up on it. The 1050 is an incredible machine wish I would have bought it years ago.
Thanks for watching and the comments.
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That's very cool!
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Super cool, wish I could do something like that! Is it for a 550 or 650?
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it goes on a 650 but could easily fit others.
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Very nicely done.
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How does it flip the bullets right side up? Why won't they settle point down?
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That is an absolutely brilliant design. Obviously a lot of hard work. Great job!
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Call a patent attorney ASAP. Get a patent on that and sell it Dillon with a small royalty.
I'm confused...wait, maybe I'm not.
I speak jive.
That looks a LOT cheaper than what most manufacturing plants would use to do the same thing, which would be a vibratory bowl feeder.
I'd look into a patent as well.
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saw the video before he took it down, and I was wondering the same thing
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Looks to me that when the bullet is sitting pointy side down, it can fallout via the channel that's cut into the rotating plate since its not stable. If the bullet is right side up, the flat base allows it to stay put.
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Yes, take it down. I saw it earlier, very slick.
Well I missed seeing it and now my interest is perked so I will wait for an update.
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That link took me to an ad for the food locker.
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I was lucky enough to see the vid prior to removal. Gotta say, I'm impressed.
Curious about if it works with all calibers? Or would a different plate thingamajiggy be required?
Also, are different projectile profiles more problematic, like a SWC versus an FMJ?
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