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20 hours ago, 98Z5V said:

I'm not happy with you right now. I should be on Amazon looking for toilet paper, but I'm on Harbor Freight looking for small concrete mixers...  :thefinger:

LMFAO 😂

^^^^

What he said 🤣

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11 minutes ago, Radioactive said:

True but getting that last piece of brass out would be a bitch

Small child with a flashlight, kids think I'm fun but the parents never let me babysit 

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2 minutes ago, Radioactive said:

It would be like stuffing someone in a dryer

oh now you're thinking grab an old dryer to  dry a truck load of brass 🍻👍

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2 minutes ago, sketch said:

oh now you're thinking grab an old dryer to  dry a truck load of brass 🍻👍

Good thing I got no neighbors cause it would probably be noisy as hell....unless I dried my cloth ass wipes at the same time.

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On 3/25/2020 at 4:38 AM, sketch said:

If you have the room and not bothered by the noise.. try this

 

On 3/25/2020 at 4:51 AM, 98Z5V said:

I'm on Harbor Freight looking for small concrete mixers... 

I'm in the same boat now. Pretty sure I'll just build that setup; and use a 5 gallon plastic pail... But that's just want I wanted to know (and I didn't even know I wanted to know that). 

No sense messing around with small barrels or black rubber. Get it all done all at once; and probably pay even less in the end. Would not be hard to belt up a lathe motor to run a bucket slow enough. 

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1 minute ago, Radioactive said:

chicken plucker

Wait; what? My grandma said you had to do that by hand...

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31 minutes ago, Radioactive said:

I’d post a vid of the wiz bang chicken plucker but I’m media challenged

about 30 seconds per bird and it’s clean -fun as hell too

 

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12 hours ago, sketch said:

 

 

I have used one of these, a little bigger but same principal. The 200 degree feather soup gets really disgusting after about half a dozen birds.  Photos/ videos don't do it justice, need to be there!

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2 hours ago, Albroswift said:

I have used one of these, a little bigger but same principal. The 200 degree feather soup gets really disgusting after about half a dozen birds.  Photos/ videos don't do it justice, need to be there!

Agreed on being there and the scalding water getting disgusting. I do multiple pots of water and do about 18 birds twice a year. I think we are going to try hatching some meat type birds instead of getting the Cornish cross already hatched.

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On 3/25/2020 at 2:49 AM, 98Z5V said:

You fucker -after posting that, you have me wanting a fucking concrete mixer for a damn brass tumbler.  I damn sure don't NEED it, but now I want to try it, and see if it's even worth a shiit. 

Fuk, man. 

That is exactly what Dona Ana Munitions in Las Cruces uses for tumbling all the brass they reload! Been using the ones from Harbor Freight for years now so I guess it works pretty good for them.:thumbup:

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